Traditional project management methodology is, to a large extent, derived from methods and concepts adapted for construction projects. These types of projects are large, static and focus on managing resources. Our experience of these methods and concepts is that they are less suited to development projects, which are often smaller, more dynamic and focus on creating new knowledge. Our approach to project management may be perceived as different and somewhat confusing for those of you experienced in traditional methods of project planning and management.
What you will find in this chapter are only the things we believe are worth learning, because they have repeatedly proved their strength in the trenches. They have helped numerous project managers accomplish successful projects.
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