Whenever you hear a company touting the results of one of their funded studies or polls as interesting findings, there might be a cynical part of you wondering about the phrase “interesting”. “Really? This fact is groundbreaking ? Whatever, bro.” Regardless of the strength of a fact’s validity, it isn’t always going to get through. But after seeing the final tabulation of results each month in the Arras People Ten in Ten Celebration of Project Management surveys, I can’t avoid describing the nature of project managers as an interesting lot anymore. You’ll just have to take the facts that support my soon to be written words for it. In July, we focused on the rising mercury of the qualifications temperature gauge that is Agile, courtesy of the assistance of the DSDM Consortium
What Do Agile Users Think of Agile PM?