Excerpt: Agile Project Management

Traditional management methods, including project management, came of age over the course of the 20th century, evolving hand in hand with certain bureaucratic assumptions—assumptions about power, control, centralization, and linear problem solving—most of which do not work very well anymore.

The following is an excerpt from Karen R.J. White’s Agile Project Management: A Mandate for the 21st Century (Center for Business Practices, 2009). Agile Project Management Chapter 5: Our Agile Future