“Normal-sized” Drupal projects provide ample opportunities for failure. Drupal projects for large enterprise customers add even more complexity: managing multiple initiatives, partners, stakeholders and product owners.
When you’re working with round-the-clock, globally distributed teams, it’s critical that everyone understands the part they need to play. When executing projects of this scale, it can become challenging for Drupal project managers and technical architects to maintain development velocity and efficient agile workflows.
Set yourself up for success by learning from others. Know what to look for so you can be an educated, thoughtful leader of any project.
Specifically, we’ll demonstrate a series of examples of what NOT to do, so that you may learn how to:
- Institute key elements of communication that uphold the agile process
- Apply elements of good team management: from delivery and infrastructure support to product owner and stakeholder
- Uphold technical best practices when working with multiple development teams
- Encourage use of key tools and practices to keep your project humming