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    Great article!

    Billy Craw

    Very impressive post! This is so interesting and very useful. Thank you very much.

    the scrum mistress

    The idea that the architect needs to be able to code is an artifact of Agile (or even older)development methodologies. Which are developer-centric being invented by and for developers. I agree that it is wholly unnecessary and undesirable to have the interests of the business and project served by a single "class" of individual in this way.
    Disdain for project management often comes from the same quarters where there is a misunderstanding of roles. There is someone who maintains the project plan and chases dates and information (the project administrator) and then someone who steers the overall scope, requirements, and strategy. The enterprise (or product) architect.

    Many businesses simply don't have the resources to employ both, leading to a situation where a person who is best at admin makes a mess of actually managing projects and business strategy.

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    Sounds really educational. Thanks for discussing this thoroughly. Kudos to you!

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    In fact, after securing a job and getting funded, management is easily the most important part of the job, and construction software is a management must-have. There are significant advantages in a project management system integrated with your CRM. * Dependencies between projects are easier to identify.

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