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Managing Changes in Organizational Budgeting Model of Russian Bank in Conditions of Implementation of Agile Approaches in IT Projects

ФИО студента: Timofey Dudukin

Руководитель: Igor Tsarkov

Кампус/факультет: Graduate School of Business

Программа: Project Management: Project Analysis, Investments, Implementation Technology (Master)

Год защиты: 2020

This research project is intended to identify the requirements for the target organizational budgeting model of a company implementing agile approach in managing IT projects and to develop recommendations concerning these requirements. The tasks to be accomplished in this study are: - To collect data characterizing effectiveness of existing organizational budgeting model from the point of view of participants of budgeting processes; - To identify changes which have to take place in budgeting processes in conditions of agile approach implementation; - To identify problems taking place in traditional organizational budgeting model and to reveal the inconsistency in the needs of a company and the approach applied; - To identify requirements for the target organizational budgeting model applied to manage a portfolio of IT projects; - To develop recommendations for the studied company to reorganize the organizational budgeting model applied to manage a portfolio of IT projects. The methods applied to perform these tasks include questionnaire, interview and case-study. The most significant results of this project ready to be applied in other companies are: - The activity-based costs allocation model which allows to improve the project planning quality and to increase the benefits estimation objectiveness; - The open access integrated IS model providing the transparency of project portfolio budgeting process and possibilities for cascading the metrics of strategic goals achievement set in Balanced Scorecards and increments delivered by agile-teams.

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