Management expects Agile Project Managers to perform several different roles effectively. We can break down these roles into three categories: team-level roles, enterprise-level roles, and hybrid Agile roles.
· Agile Project Managers can assume two distinct roles in the project process.
· Act as a consultant, allocating the right personnel, processes, and resources to bolster team effectiveness and efficiency.
· Assume the role of a coach, advising team members how to optimize their efficiency within the project team best.
· This level of roles poses more significant challenges for Agile Project Managers by virtue of their sheer scope.
· Act as a director, managing multiple Agile teams and integrating their work with activities outside their scope.
· Assume the role of leader and manager in charge of massive, enterprise-level, complex projects.
Hybrid Agile Roles.
· The Hybrid Agile process combines Agile methods with non-Agile techniques, such as the Waterfall method.
· Create a sound project management approach that fits best in planning and managing the work. Filling a Hybrid Agile role is challenging, as the APM must factor in the traditional techniques alongside the Agile methodology.
· Meet the project’s goals within the designated limitations of the project.
· Experience working on Delivered Agile Based Projects on trending technologies
· Experience working on SaaS products
· Familiar with DevOps framework.
· Expertise in Software Development Project on Medium and large scale.
· Effective Communication and deep knowledge on Project strategy, planning and execution and closure.
· Preferred with PMP/Prince 2 Certified candidates.