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by Shaun H. Ajani

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Extreme Project Management is an entertaining yet functional look at Project Management. The system is screaming for managers that meet the profile of an Extreme Project Manager (EPM). Extreme Project Management is a methodology, bordering on tactical operations of an ongoing project, which results in the completion of the project ahead of a normal timeline, at the same time adorning and embellishing the status of the Project Manager, in the eyes of the project owner. Truly a win-win situation, where the client gets a tremendous package for the money, and the Project Manager keeps soaring upwards on the career ladder. Shaun Ajani has used the traditional methodology oldies like the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Critical Path Method (CPM), and Project Evaluation Review Technique (PERT), and has sprinkled his unique and enjoyable blend of alternative methodology, such as the Enterprise Task Model (ETM), the two-sided meeting, Time/Importance Framing (TIF), Expectation Escalation, Trifold Defect Tracking (TDT), Review and Appraisal Based on Human Attributes (RABOHA), and many other novel ideas, designed to help the Project Manager.

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