Agile Project Management
We use PRINCE2 Agile® to help blend the governance and control of PRINCE2® (or other project delivery methods) with the flexibility and responsiveness of agile, delivering a more effective aligned portfolio, program and project agile delivery capability for organisations.
While the term ‘agile’ is widely used and somewhat known, it can be confusing and there is a broad spectrum of options for organisations. Adopting and adapting agile methods is proving to have mixed results, commonly due to lack of agile style of governance, project synergy, business continuity and methods practiced in isolation.
WHAT WE DO
As an accredited PRINCE2 Agile® Consulting Partner organisation, our team of accredited agile practitioners and coaches, partner with organisations to enable a low impact and tailored approach to the adoption of agile project management methods, tools and techniques.
We design and customise agile project management methodologies by clearly understanding an organisations suitability for the adoption of an agile project management methodology, working in a true partnership to co-design all aspects of the agile method, associated and enabling tool sets and the agile techniques required.
Our agile project management method is a blended approach mixing governance, innovation and collaboration, all the while aligned to world’s most complete agile project management method (PRINCE2 Agile®), which provides organisations and project teams with structure, governance and controls when adopting and working with agile concepts, methods and techniques.
Blended agile methodology
Brings stability to teams through a 'mini project' approach, while ensuring being better equipped to hit deadlines and be 'on time'.
Effective scoping means everyone knows 'what' projects will deliver, 'why', 'when', by 'whom' and for 'whom ' (and how much!)
Flexibility to change aspects of scope and quality criteria during product delivery within agreed tolerances, while maintaining a fixed time and cost fundamentals.
Robust governance that enables project managers to manage by exception.
Provides the ability to manage and increase the confidence of all stakeholders, communicating clearly to provide solutions.
Clearly defined reporting to ensure all stakeholders are kept properly informed.
Transparent working methods and communication streams, adapted to complex working environments.
Effectively manage risk, including assessing, tracking and communicating risks during a project.