Extreme Analysis for Extreme Project Management

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Extreme Analysis for Extreme Project Management is a collection of three original theories, Pretense Irony, Expectation Escalation, and Risk Equalizer. Based on the ‘polishing of the common sense’ model, it builds on the management best practices of corporate America, and takes the Project Management practice that one step above in the evolutionary scale.

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