There is immense potential for increasing productivity using these techniques."
- Wil Mefford
Project Management

Project managers at Menlo act as advocates for the interests of the project sponsors, helping them to identify business goals and prioritize upcoming work while considering the impact on scope, schedule, and budget of every decision they make. In parallel, they support the team through translating the impact of project constraints, so that team members are freed up to focus on their specific objectives. The PM also works to remove barriers which may limit the team's progress and to facilitate collaboration between the team and the client.

The PM role is a bridge between customers and Menlo's iterative/incremental approach to project development. On a weekly basis the PM prepares and facilitates iteration kick off, estimation, show and tell and planning game. The PM keeps the project board up to date, provides team members with authorized story cards, keeps track of the established budget, and more.