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Can the Real Project Manager Please Stand Up?

One very serious problem plaguing the project management Industry is the lack of “effective” Project Managers.

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One reply on “Can the Real Project Manager Please Stand Up?”

Well, I think the author certainly has a point there, arguing that cloud-based project management software has some advantages over classic on-premise software.
In my company we are using Jira Agile to organise our project. I like the idea of a self-organizing team that logs work, controls estimates and handles their work packages autonomously. BUT- I often feel that they still use the system to manipulate themselves. People remain people and if they feel there is something wrong and you dont have a culture in which delay and mistakes are okay, they will use this self-organizing system against you and you will use track of what’s really happening. So I think it is good to engage them, but you still need an on-premise plan that you can control.
Any other opinions that? Sadly the article does not give advice on software or special routines, so I found it a little too generic and less helpful for day-to-day-practise.

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