A project manager can do much more for your organization than complete projects on time and on budget, they are the front line of defense to identify behaviors that may create additional costs for your business. Project management strategies are becoming a large priority of major work industries, and companies are adapting more strategies every year.
It's never too late to adopt more project management strategies because...
AGILE vs. WATERFALL
Agile project management is a popular choice for the industry because it favors an adaptive flow of work and increased collaboration to respond to changes or updates to a project.
Waterfall project management is an older technique and favors a linear path of development and collaboration to create distinct phases to a project.
There may be opportunities to utilize elements of both strategies, and your project manager is the best individual to determine the specific approach. A project manager acts as a bridge from client to project team to communicate and enforce goals, milestones and tasks to complete requirements.
Pivotal Consulting has a proven track record of bridging the gap between business and technology. Contact us to learn how our project leaders utilize the ideal methodology for your unique scenario to drive exceptional results.
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