Because work can be assigned to people in more ways than ever (e.g., via e-mails, phone calls, hallway conversations, text messages, ticketing systems, meetings, and so forth), we want to make visible our existing commitments.
Erik convinces Bill that there are four types of work that IT does:
These are business initiatives, of which most Development projects encompass. These typically reside in the Project Management Office, which tracks all the official projects in an organization.
These include the infrastructure or IT Operations projects that business projects may create, as well as internally generated improvement projects (e.g., create new environment, automate deployment). Often ...