Project Management has evolved a lot over the last few decades, initially using traditional approaches, such as waterfall and later with agile approaches such as Scrum, Kanban and others. Both approaches have positive characteristics, but both have limitations. Recently, a new current of opinion has emerged, which advocates the use of hybrid approaches to obtain better results in Project Management, bringing together the positive aspects of both approaches at the same time. The big question that arises is what kind of approach should be chosen for the methodology to be implemented in the management of each project, without forgetting all the relevant issues associated with the digital economy and the resulting impacts on society and the environment.
Adriana Fernandes, “Traditional and Agile Approaches”
Miguel Carvalho e Melo, “PRiSM, a sustainable hybrid methodology”
Helio Costa, “Hybridity: the middle way of management”
- Moderation: António Cabeças, “Project Management in the Digital Economy”
- Date: January 4th (Tuesday) at 19:00;
- Conference via Zoom
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Department of Engineering and Computer Science