“Bimodal” is the buzzword, and buzzworthy it is. In project management, the custom has been to choose one execution model (waterfall, agile, Six Sigma, etc.) over another to implement across a PMO. Not so today.
Bimodal project management is changing how projects are executed. Instead of having to choose one practice over another, it’s about implementing more than one method across an organization – allowing PMOs to choose what methodology is best suited by project.
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