Krešimir Musa is Director of consultancy and implementation services in CROZ. During his career he’s been deeply involved in software development projects in different roles, from development engineer to project portfolio manager. He has a deep practical experience in applying agile and iterative software development methods. A great part of his career has been focused on realisation of projects based on principles of service oriented architecture and automated business process management. He is one of the co-founders of Agile Croatia association.
Presentation summary: Evolution has(n’t) overtaken PPM!? (together with Vedrana Miholić)
In days long past, in a time when QED hadn’t even been conceived, there were small conferences called PPM. In engineer speak, it is said that today’s QED emerged from the roots of an event that dealt with project portfolio management. We witness many evolutionary steps in software development in our modern times, within the methodological sphere but particularly within the technological one. Yet in today’s world, in which direction does PPM evolve? Does it impart to us a necessary agile step toward managing efficiency instead of utility? How has CLM and ITSM influenced the development of portfolio management? Can the modern PM compare to the entrepreneur, or is this just a myth?