11:50 am – 12:50 pm | Presentation | Room: Banda Sea 1 & 2
Is the Future of Project Management #noprojects?
Take a moment to consider a controversial idea. An end to IT projects, project management & project managers. There is one simple reason why the entire project process is flawed from the start. If you need to run a project, youíve already failed.
By definition, an IT project is a temporary structure to govern and deliver a complex change (such as a new product or platform) into an organisation. However, to be truly competitive, an organisation needs to be able to deliver a continuous stream of change. Managed properly, this negates the need for a project and the associated cost overheads.
This is fundamentally what #noprojects is. The approach, structure, tactics and techniques available to successfully deliver continuous change. At its core, #noprojects is predicated on the alignment of activities to outcomes, measured by value, constrained by guiding principles and supported by continuous delivery technologies.
This presentation will introduce you to #noprojects. You will learn how to define an outcome and create an Outcome Profile.
- How to structure "projects", teams and divisions around continuous value delivery
- How to define outcomes (rather than outputs) and use this as the key organisational driver of work
APAC Agile Leader
Evan is the Founder and CEO of the Business Agility Institute; an international membership body to both champion and support the next-generation of organisations. Companies that are agile, innovative and dynamic - perfectly designed to thrive in today’s unpredictable markets. We connect leaders across industries and regions to share their experiences and insights with each other. Our flagship event, the Business Agility Conference will run in New York from March 14th. Evan is also the author of Directing the Agile Organisation and will soon be publishing his next book on #noprojects.
Evan's 2017 Presentations:
- Is the Future of Project Management #noprojects?
Thursday, November 9, 2017 (11:50 am – 12:50 pm)