Best Practices for Implementing a Hybrid Project Management Methodology
Best practices in implementing a hybrid project management methodology that will align stakeholders with differing project approaches were gathered from scholarly literature from 2005 to 2018. Project managers, directors, leaders, and customers will find this study useful because the sources identified provide key insights and background on Waterfall and Agile frameworks as well as the challenges and best practices in implementing a hybrid methodology.
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The Role of the Project Management Office in a Multi-Project Environment: Enhancing Governance for Increased Project Success Rates Misner, Jim (2008-02)Research indicates that project management becomes increasingly difficult when there are multiple overlapping projects, resulting in a need for enhanced governance controls to increase success rates. A Project Management ...
Scholl, Jered (UO, 2016-05)Project management and innovation management are critical competencies for organizations that are seeking to gain a competitive advantage. This annotated bibliography surveys literature that addresses project management ...
Manship, Kyle (University of Oregon, 2018)This study addresses the problem of implementing and integrating earned value methodologies on Agile projects. The intended audience is program and technical managers and team members on projects that lead functional groups. ...