Stream 5. Agility and Projects
Agile practices for projects, hybrid approaches to project management, scaling to the programme and portfolio level and incorporating the right mindset for adaptive organisations.
Agile project management approaches: current state and trends
Alexey Polkovnikov & Reinhard Wagner
- Traditional, agile, hybrid or selective PM? – What is applied according to results of the 4th “Status Quo (Scaled) Agile” Survey and what are the reasons for each application?
- Scaling methods, or the “new kids on the block” – Which methods for scaling agile are applied, why and how? Answers from the 4th “Status Quo (Scaled) Agile” Survey
- What does all this mean for the strategy, structure, culture, mindset and competences of an organization? Insights into the practice of German Automotive Industry and beyond.
Achieving adaptability through PM 4.0 – from projects up to the organizational level
The statement "one size does not fit them all" is also true for project management. Depending on the situation in the project or a project phase, the right method or tool should be selected and applied. This is what we call "adaptive PM". If modern technology such as artificial intelligence (AI), digital technology or virtual collaboration platforms are used, PM quickly becomes PM 4.0. If this application is scaled to the organizational level using modern scaling methods, then optimization towards an "adaptive organization" is possible.
STREAM.PM – tailoring project management methodology to projects and organisations
How to develop project management methodology that fit to projects and organization’s management system? How to increase benefits from projects and decrease project management efforts?
STREAM.PM approach is based upon an experience of more than 100 projects of implementation of project management systems for different organisations and industries in Russia. ST-RE-AM means ST=System+Team, RE=Result+Economy-oriented, Adaptive Methodology.
It will be presented a projects complexity analysis model and an approach to development of hybrid project management methodologies.
Agility – From Vision to Reality in Projects and Organizations
Panel discussion, round table
Goal and main questions
Understanding WHY a change is necessary, WHAT works well and HOW to adopt agile practices in real life.
Joop Shefferlie for Agile Leadership, Vladimirs Ivanovs of Latvia with his example of BP and some participants from Russia.
Reinhard Wagner, Alexey Polkovnikov.