I am borrowing from Agile Software Development concepts on my non-software consulting gig. These concepts also pop up in Lean and Six Sigma. I’ve started using the catch-all “innovative project management approaches” phrase. Some elements of the concept:
- Get usable work products into the hands of the end users as quickly as possible
- Put decision authority to the people closest to the problem
- Break down the work into bite-sized pieces, easy to understand and tangible
- Build in flexibility so teams can adapt to changing customer needs
Is this innovative? Or intuitive?