What got you here won’t get you there. It’s a simple, catchy line that over the past several years has become part of our business lexicon. The phrase was popularized by Marshall Goldsmith’s best-selling book of the same title in 2007 and it essentially means the skills PMP certification .
Nowadays you hear the phrase used often in many contexts: sports, business, politics, and international affairs. And for project managers, especially IT project managers, Goldsmith’s axiom is especially true.
But the times are changing. And considering several of the current trends in IT project management, what got you here in 2012 may not get you far in 2013 and beyond. and behaviors that you possess today may prevent you from being more successful tomorrow.
Since its introduction in 2001, the Agile development framework has seen incredible growth in popularity. Agile’s flexible, iterative approach has gained steady approval in the marketplace as a more collaborative, real-time methodology than the more traditional waterfall model