More and more software firms adopt agile methods into their practice to become more flexible and increase their speed to market. To get the best from both worlds, they often choses to balance agility with traditional approaches. This complicates the job for especially the project managers. This paper investigates the new project manager role of balanced systems development by building a theoretically based framework and render it probable through two case studies. The paper describes the complexity of the new role and how it may lead to overload of the project manager. Solutions inspired by agility and ambidexterity are sketched.
|Publikationsdato||21 maj 2015|
|Status||Udgivet - 21 maj 2015|