By Joanne Wortman
Project methodologies tend to grow dysfunctional as time goes on. The breadth of their standardization increases until the only person who really knows how to use it is the methodology owner.
Too many templates, too many standards, too many hours required for initial training and training on new templates and standards, and perhaps too many good resources moving on to other employers with a less rigid approach.
To find out if your project management methodology is heading down the wrong path,...