Big government IT is broken and (slowly) dying. Too many projects cost too much and don’t actually deliver for the American people. In the face of greater budgetary pressure and higher citizen expectations, government buyers, program staff, and IT managers must change their approach.
Posts Tagged: Agile Project Management
Common themes that make or break the success of the project are consistent. This includes how cybersecurity fits into the transformation. Every project has five phases and cybersecurity efforts must be a part of all of them.
What is agile project management?
According to Project Managers and Agile experts from the U. S. Census Bureau, “Agile is the best thing since sliced”… literally. The “Deeper Dive: Project Management Tips and Concepts” session at this year’s NextGenGov Summit kicked off by asking attendees what they would prefer to buy: a loaf of bread where they had to buyRead… Read more »
Are you a project manager? Maybe project management (PM) is disguised in your job description, if it’s not in the actual title. As a leader in government, you likely encounter project management tasks every day. And knowing how to handle those tasks in a timely manner, with a clear scope and with all team members on board isRead… Read more »
Over 700 project managers from around the world were briefed on Lean Scope Project Management. You can view a version of that briefing at http://billtestbed.me/LSPM/ Lean Scope Project Management combines human-centered design, the lean startup method, and agile project management to help you design and deliver highly-innovative projects with greater stakeholder buy-in and collaboration. TheRead… Read more »