In my previous blog, we explored what Project Methodology is meant to do at a high level and why it is important. When professional services organizations share their methodology with their customers, they are showing them what to expect and preparing them for success. The more the client is bought into the outlined process and understands the value, the more likely the project is to succeed.
Project Methodology is defined by the Project Management Institute as “a system of practices, techniques, procedures and rules used by those who work in a discipline.” Project methodology is full of fancy buzz words like sprints, scrum master and burndowns. It sounds complicated, but let’s breaks down what it really means and why it’s important for an organization and their clients.
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