PMO Conference 2019 \\ How to use Business Agility to counter the ‘no projects’ movement – John Williams
The ‘No Projects’ movement – where traditional project lifecycle models are deemed to be old-fashioned, out of date and not fit for purpose; where agility, continuous delivery and exploiting uncertainty goes beyond projects, to ‘no projects’ just managing continuous change.
The ‘no projects’ discussion has been gaining interest over the last few years. However, projects are necessary even for the most agile businesses. With approaches to project-based working changing in organisations today, what does that mean for those of us who are tasked with supporting change activities? How do we manage the evangelists who are increasingly adopting ‘no projects’ as a way to deliver change? Where do projects fit within businesses who are increasingly adopting agile practices? And what does this mean for the PMO? John Williams offers some answers.
- Learn about some current and emerging practices in business agility.
- Explore answers to how ‘no projects’ impacts the PMO’s role.