Extreme Project Management (EPM) uses an agile development model to effectively address projects with short increment delivery schedules, high uncertainty, rapidly changing requirements, and high visibility. Participants examine the principles, values, skills, tools and practices of EPM, while exploring both the methodological and interpersonal skills needed to succeed under EPM conditions. Models covered include the Flexible Project Model, Adaptive Project Framework, and Scrum. The differences between traditional and extreme projects are highlighted throughout. Participants develop the quantum mindset of extreme project reality, while expanding and focusing their leadership skills for EPM environments, gaining insight into effective stakeholder management, and acquiring the ability to exploit the extreme project model to rapidly deliver value to the organization.
Note(s): Project Management Institute-- PMP 15 Professional Development Units.