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26 May 2008


Andrew Filev

Great comment. You are right that it will take some time for the organizational culture to change on a broad scale.

I think we are at the beginning of the phase when "early majority" starts to put collaboration in action (however we call it –"agile project management", "Project Management 2.0", "social project management", "wikinomics", etc.). Some collaboration tools/practices, like blogs, are already way deep in the adoption by "early majority". Some industries are also further into this road than the other ones. This means that we are close to the explosive adoption of agile project management practices.

By the way, I'm consciously using the technology adoption model though we are speaking about organizational changes here, because the technology changes in this case indicate the changes in the culture.

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