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Project management for today's complex, chaotic business environments.
XPM: the first radically new approach to project management in decades!
Designed from the ground up for today's high-speed, fast-changing projects
Refocusing project management focused on people, relationships, and adding value!
Innovative new XPM tools: how to make them work in your organization
Traditional project management doesn't work any more: it's inward-looking, static, and just can't respond to rapid, constant change. Radical Project Management looks outward to stakeholders, management, and clients-and thoroughly involves them from start to finish. Moreover, it assumes that everything will change-and defines a flexible, ongoing project management process that encompasses both project development and support. In this book, Rob Thomsett, one of the world's leading project management consultants, presents XPM from start to finish-and introduces every tool and technique you need to make it work in your organization.
Refocusing project management on what matters most: people, relationships, and adding value
11 radically new rules for project managers to live by
Innovative new XPM tools, and how to use them
'Open Planning' and stakeholder ownership: the heart of successful project management
New XPM metrics and project-tracking techniques
Why project managers don't need to know the gory technical details
Detailed case studies: how XPM is enabling creative people to do truly great work
If you've always suspected there's a more agile, flexible, intelligent way to manage projects, you're right-and XPM is it. Discover for yourself, with the most authoritative, complete, useful XPM guide ever written: Radical Project Management by Rob Thomsett.