5 Habits of Successful Project Teams

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Andy Wibbels

August 8, 2013

More and more frequently, a dedicated project manager is reserved for only the largest projects inside an organization. Timelines stretch across months, quarters and even years and have multiple phases leading towards completion.

But there’s still other work to do. Today’s teams are cross-functional and distributed globally, so innovation can come from any time zone. You have to be ready to react quickly to the changing nature of the business. Agile isn’t just a framework for developers, but a dynamic process across your entire organization. And more often than not, you do this without a project manager.

That’s where we come in.

Check out our latest SlideShare presentation, the 5 Habits of Successful Project Teams. Or, if you want to download the full whitepaper directly, click here.

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