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Learning from an agile consultant

Chandan Patary in India describes what can be learned from an agile project management consultant

25 May 2015 – What can be learned from an agile project management consultant? This is the question that Chandan Lal Patary in Bangalore, India answers in his article titled “Learning from my consultant colleague” that was published in the May edition of the PM World Journal and added to the PM World Library this month.

According to the Chandan’s introduction, “I have spent time with my colleague who has worked with us as an agile consultant for a transformational project where we have deployed scaled agile (SAFe) framework. He has worked as an agile consultant for one of the assignments where we have been trying to adapt agile for a large division for a long time. I had the opportunity to work closely with him. I have written down a few of my observations and the approach a consultant takes for an assignment and how they get the work done in a certain stipulated timeline… This has triggered certain thoughts about consulting as a profession to think about… Can we also start our own consulting assignment? That thought triggers me to list some of the points and I have penned a few here…”

To read his latest article, visit Chandan’s author showcase in the library at and click on the article’s title. Access is free, but one must be a registered library member and logged in to access after 10 June.