Mounir A. Ajam is a co-founder and CEO of SUKAD Corp. SUKAD Corp is an organization focusing on providing organizational clients with integrated project management services and solutions. Currently, SUKAD is leading the development of a pioneering and innovative cloud-based online solution, the Uruk P
This eBook (7/7 in the Adaptive Project Management & Tailored Methods series) describes that project management has always been adaptive, which means organizations must be able to go beyond the hype, beyond the debate on waterfall and agile.
In this book we define various terms, such as agile, agility, project, project life cycle, project management method and other relevant terms. Next, we explain why Agile Development is not a project management method, rather, it is a subset of a project management method. We also touch on the concept of project failure as a function of poor practices or the absence of a proper approach, an adaptive methodological approach. In other words, it is people-driven rather than method-driven. We close the book with an overview of how CAMMP™ is indeed an iterative and adaptive methodology, that can use a Big Bang or an Iterative/Incremental development.
Mr. Mounir A. Ajam is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, coach, advisor, consultant, volunteer leader, and project management thought leader.
He is the author of various e-books and books on project management; the latest is Project Management beyond Waterfall and Agile.
Mounir is a senior executive with more than three decades of outstanding global and practical experience in the capital project industry and the project management domain. He has worked on projects worth billions of United States dollars in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, and West Asia. His experience includes working small and multiple projects and large and complex projects, including mega projects.
Mr. Ajam is a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of SUKAD Group, a leading project management provider and innovator. SUKAD Group is based in the USA but operates mostly in the United Arab Emirates and Lebanon since 2004.