Project Management Methods & Ideologies

Although there are a few methodologies, such as Agile and Six Sigma, that have their own topic areas, this area is devoted to exploring the many different project management methodologies that are utilized by project managers all around the world. In addition, this is a place where PM experts can “talk shop” and express their opinions on why they believe some strategies work and others don’t. We’ll cover Waterall Methodology, PRINCE2 and much more.

Leverage Both Waterfall and Agile Techniques on Your Hybrid Project

Leverage Both Waterfall and Agile Techniques on Your Hybrid Project

The waterfall and agile methodologies provide a plethora of tools and techniques that can be leveraged on projects.  And no project is entirely waterfall or agile – but rather, most projects are a hybrid of the two.  It is your job – and that of your team – to get your collective heads around lots …

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The Spectrum from Waterfall to Agile: Three Hybrid Projects

While waterfall and agile reside at opposite ends of the spectrum, each project is, in essence, a unique combination of the two.  Thus, as ‘hybrid’ projects, the projects can be more effectively managed by leveraging tools and techniques from both waterfall and agile methodologies.  This articles explores three very different types of projects, where they …

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Hybrid Project Management – How ‘Hybrid’ Came to Be

Hybrid Project Management – How ‘Hybrid’ Came to Be

The hybrid approach to managing a project is not a strict methodology.  It combines elements of the waterfall and agile methodologies in a unique way on each project, acknowledging that both have benefits.  This article asserts this point by presenting a short review how these methodologies came to be.  Even today, both approaches bring something …

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