How will the Project Manager role survive the Agile hype?


Some organizations are replacing the PM with Scrum Masters or are pushing the PM in a financial reporting corner.
Is there a place for the traditional PM responsible for scope, time, budget in the Agile world?



It is obvious that experience in the field would bring up more initiatives and improvements. It is going to take years to move into the senior level where the project's complexity will be assigned and you will have the project managers leading the work.

In this current era of living, high part costs and cost of change will need right decisions and decision making employees or managers. A supplier of a component might be able to employ a more agile process in the development of their part, but the project manager integrating many new things coming in from multiple sources needs to understand the timing of when they have to come together and often can't afford many iterations.


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