Policing the AGILE Expressway

November 2013
PM Network;Nov2013, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p56
Trade Publication
The article discusses how project managers can maintain the momentum of agile teams. Results from a VersionOne survey showed that among the top concerns about agile adoption include lack of up-front planning, loss of management control and lack of predictability. Baby.com program manager Henrique Imbertti Jr. explains that project managers need to define the constraints that will guide the team.


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