Lou Vianna is the first Brazilian PMP, CSM and collaborator of The Standish Group in Brazil, based in Rio. He began his career as PM in R&D at Naval Research Institute, scaling-up processes to produce chemical specialties, when he was co-author of three patents. Since 1990, he has been professionally involved in nuclear and defense industries, while also acted as trainer of more than 6.000 professionals in PM related topics. Lou is researching implications of the theory of complexity in project management, advocating a co-ed between traditional and agile approaches to project management, and continues striving to innovate developing new approaches in education like flipped classroom. He has been collaborating with organizations of various segments to advance their project management expertise. He is still learning how to better manage projects.
Lou Vianna is testing a tool to appraise projects complexity.
Lou Vianna observes that the three most important artifacts proposed by the PM body of knowledge Guide are quite considered on Scrum Methodology.
Aloysio (Lou) Vianna has observed that many people still consider that all projects should be managed following a predefined process.
Lou Vianna suggests smoothing the differences between the “two sides of the projects”.
Lou Vianna considers complexity as surrogate of unpredictability.
Lou Vianna ask you to be cautious when someone try to convince you to adopt the seven steps to…