Utilizing both agile and waterfall approaches for project execution is a simple concept – use the method that works best for the situation. And bimodal is still at the top of the PMO buzzword list.

But we wanted to know: while the case for bimodal is a logical one, will adopting a bimodal approach to project execution make your organization more agile or just more unstable? So, we asked. In 2016, we surveyed more than 1,200 project management professionals on the topic of working bimodally and how it pertains to business agility.

Bimodal PMO: Is being bimodal enough to keep pace with innovation? uncovers:

  • The percentage of survey participants utilizing a bimodal approach for project execution
  • The influence of bimodal practices on project visibility
  • The impact (if any) working bimodally has on business agility
  • The most difficult aspect of project management for PMOs not using bimodal methods
  • The three things many PMOs need to address before bimodal will be successful in their organizations

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