Ana Brown


For the past two decades, agile approaches have become part of the mainstream approaches to project management. Today’s project managers must master new technology-based systems, conquer challenges they and their project members face while working from home.

With the agile approach, the project responsibilities are distributed (across the team), and the inclusion of project stakeholders in the communications during the project execution will lead the project team and stakeholders to work closely together throughout the project.

This practice would positively impact stakeholder success over traditional approaches, by encouraging frequent interactions among the project's key stakeholders (team, sponsors, and clients). And with today's technologies, organizations using the right tools and practices can create a virtual environment without formidable obstacles.