Project Management PANORAMA is Pathfinder's quarterly industry-focused newsletter. We present the "Capital Project World as seen by Pathfinder, LLC" with regard to "trending" or "controversial" industry-related topics.
We hope you enjoy this issue and as always, if you have any comments or would like to voice your views on the industry, please contact us directly.Let's continue to strive for safe, efficient, and successful projects!
By: Steve Cabano & Maria Lizardo
There is a lot of buzz about the application of several, newer Project Management tools, practices, and processes within the engineering construction industry. Many of these new approaches have derived from other industries, such as the IT development industry. The most popular is Agile, which is an umbrella methodology that includes different approaches or frameworks such as Scrum, Kanban, Crystal, and so on. All these approaches adhere to the Agile methodology and its associated principles.
By: Michele Campbell & Maria Lizardo
The technical and analytical skills of a Project Manager (PM) are essential to the successful planning and execution of a project to meet the company’s business and project objectives, but mastering the soft skills is what sets one PM apart from another in the capital project environment.