Project magazine is looking for new contributors to its monthly Critical Path column. 250-300 words to let off steam about something in the profession. In the past the column has questioned everything from the value of PMOs to banning the term ‘best practice’.
So do you think the invention of strands such as programme and portfolio management is just the sign that the profession not confident in its own skin? Is agile project management just an excuse not to plan? Is it time to accept that the ‘iron triangle’ of time, cost and performance, can’t be improved?
Let us know if you want to get involved, or any subjects you want us to cover.