By: Scott Major
Senior Project Controls Specialist
We’ve all heard the cliché of insanity being the practice of doing the same thing and expecting a different result. Though overused, it is often applicable and that is especially true in project management. How often have you been part of a team or an organization that has done something because it has always been done that way, knowing that the results or process to produce the results were less than desirable. Often our application of a project management methodology is a great example of insanity. Today, the most commonly discussed project management methods are traditional and agile. But what if we keep applying the wrong methodology for the project?