Chapter 13. How Will My Responsibilities Change?
New knowledge always begins with the individual.
Twenty years from now, the typical large business will have half the levels of management and one-third the managers of its counterpart today.
|--Peter F. Drucker, 1988|
Although for some becoming an agile project manager is second nature, we’ve found that many managers struggle with their new responsibilities. If you happen to be in the change-resistant camp, or just curious about our perspective on how the agile project manager role should be expressed, please read on.
Whatever our reasons for resisting change, the first step is to realize that we are indeed resisting it. Resisting change can manifest itself in a myriad of ways. ...