Social Project Management : Is it Agile or Project Management 2.0

I recently came up an interesting [but long and slightly unwinding] presentation from Leisa Reichelt who has a Disambiguity Blog. I found this interesting, especially some of the comments.

There was one comment from Guest5df20, “I’m so tired of all these people coming with this agile crap, as it is the great news of all time… All this is PMI’s and PMBOKs fault, who created a bunch of bureaucratic, inflexible and ‘my methodology is my bible’ project managers. Now we are seeing equal damage coming from those agile evangelists. When will we get back to real project management, and start focusing on getting things done?” Apart from this one negative comment, almost all the comments were positive and with the tone – Oh! How right you are [including this blog]. This just makes me think that there are many people who are still being introduced to the wonderful world of Agile and while some of us debate the larger implementation issues, many people are just happy to discover that common sense has a name 🙂

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2 Responses to “Social Project Management : Is it Agile or Project Management 2.0”

  1. […] post on Scrum Masters and Managers, we discussed that Pete Deemer uses a term Manager 2.0 [also see Project Management 2.0] , which has also been incorporated by others recently. In the first Agile Event at Chandigarh, […]

  2. Hey,
    Have you seen this blog wrike.com/projectmanagement? It’s written by our CEO, Andrew Filev. Andrew’s main focus is Project Management 2.0 and Social project management. I’m sure you’ll find lots of interesting stuff there.

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