top of page

Projekto.Biz | Self-Organizing Teams for Agile Project Management

One of the hottest trends in Project Management is the subject of Self-Organizing Teams for Agile.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at self-organizing teams, how they work, and how Agile workflows can be improved by implementing self-organization.





Introducing Agile self-organizing teams


Self-organizing teams are a key part of Agile project management.

Though self-organization was initially intended for software development, companies have found that it helps all sorts of teams become more productive. Any product innovations or boost in staff morale is a bonus.


Research from McKinsey found that smaller teams using Agile methodologies and self-organization in their enterprise operating models were better able to handle the impact of COVID-19 on their business. Where non-Agile teams struggled, Agile teams were able to seamlessly deliver their predefined project requirements.



How do self-organizing teams work?





Benefits of self-organizing teams






Limitations of self-organizing teams



 



Comments


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page