A new bird’s eye view on the agile forest

Happy to see my A new bird’s eye view on the agile forest article in the October edition of the Project Management World Journal (PMWJ). It’s less than a year ago when the first edition of this article won an award. At that moment it contained 50 agile ways of working. In this new version I added 30 new ones which brings it to a total of 80 agile ways of working (including links to websites with more detailed information).

Portman, H. (2020). A new bird’s eye view on the agile forest; PM World Journal, Vol. IX, Issue X, October

The following article is a modified version of the published article on PM World Journal (already 95 frameworks):

  • V2.8 2021-02 Added The Digital Transformation – 11-Step Ticking Clock Model (Culture-targeted)
  • V2.7 2021-01 Added Obeya (Team level)
  • V2.6 2021-01 Added TOAH (Portfolio level)
  • V2.5 2021-01 Added eduScrum (Team level)
  • V2.4 2021-01 Added FLEKS (one-time projects/programs), Flawless Execution (Culture-targeted)
  • V2.3 2021-01 Added COIN (Portfolio level)
  • V2.2 2020-10 Added Agile 2 (Team – Culture-targeted)
  • v2.1 2020-10 Added Remote Agility Framework (remote:af) (Culture-targeted)

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