Being an effective project manager is necessary in order to have a successful project. You must know how to apply the skills and knowledge that you have acquired and communicate it to the rest of the team. A successful project manager must also know how to handle disagreements and conflict within the team. As we continue our look at some of the differences between Agile and Traditional Project Management, this month’s Mathis Group Messenger, Agile vs. Traditional Project Manager, we will examine expectations of a project manager in an Agile or Traditional project management environment. You will learn that even though there are many variations to each approach, there is one quality that project managers in each methodology must possess.