PART IV
Conclusion
 

ARE YOU READY TO LEAD?

The leader must be a dynamic in-line manager of the process and able to adjust the activities, design, and project variables without losing project momentum. If adjustments cause the project to stall or move backward, the work up to that point, and the faith that the project can be successful, may be at risk. Fortunately, those problems are far more prevalent in traditional ISD than with SAM. Perhaps the most pressing leadership skills are confidence in the process and the ability to win support for it from all participants (page 50).

If you take the responsibility to lead SAM, it is important to gauge ...

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