Depending on which study you read, you’ll find failure rates for large IT projects range anywhere from 30 to 90 percent. Whatever the number, it is an astonishing figure considering the strategic importance of many IT initiatives in today’s world. Which begs the question - how can you improve project management and create a scalable framework by utilizing the best attributes of the Agile and...
Mohammad Ahmar Siddiqui is an IT professional with a wealth of knowledge in delivering complex business solutions for Aviation, Telecommunication, and other industries. He has over 10 years of experience in Project Management; involving the integration of multiple large applications, process re-design/transformation, and significant upgrades. Started his career as a software developer and moved up through the ranks to become a technical project manager in early days. Steadily adept in implementing Agile and Lean processes like Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming, and Test Driven Development, which produced improved quality, superior results, quick ROI, and motivated self-organized teams. He believes in processes which provide flexibility to adapt as per condition warranted not the other way around to force the team to accept as they are.
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