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Getting Process Skeptical Teams to Adapt and Use PM and Development Processes

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Abstract
How a company with process-skeptical team members made their project management and development process adaptable and used by all. (Really!)


What this is

This mini-case covers how a relatively new, entrepreneurial, fast-growing high-tech company accomplished a workable, adaptable process -- and broad buy-in -- in the face of push-back characterizing project management as "just bureaucracy" that would kill creativity and couldn't be applied to their uncertain work.


Why it's useful

Even in environments where every project seems different -- where projects vary widely in length, scope, complexity, and risk profile -- it IS possible to have project management processes and development methodologies that work for all projects and everyone on your teams.


How to use it

Spend 10-15 minutes reading this case study to learn about the influence steps they took, the methodology-update project they launched, and the techniques they put in place to keep the buy-in fresh and pervasive as the company grew quickly to over a thousand people.


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