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PMINJ 2002 September Meeting

17 September 2002 - Somerset - DoubleTree

PDP Information

Program Number: C020-17092002
Getting a Grip on Chaos: How to Manage the Unplanable...Extreme Project Management Applied
Category Type: 3 
Subject Areas 
Knowledge: 10 
Process: 06
Application/Specific Interest Groups: 30 
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 0.0
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 1.5


No sooner do you say the word "plan," when something else has changed.  Instead of managing priorities, you are prioritizing crises. Extreme project environments require a new mindset and a new project management model. 
In this entertaining and information-packed session, Doug and his drum will provide you with a leading edge, project management template for use in managing extreme projects.  His proven approach brings together the 5 Critical Factors for succeeding on extreme projects. From this presentation, you will: 

  • Learn why the traditional project management model is now backfiring and making things worse in environments that feature high speed, high change and high uncertainty
  • Learn why it’s necessary to adopt a Quantum view of the world and discard the old Newtonian mindset
  • Take a tour of the 5 Critical Success Factors that form the foundation of eXtreme Project Management™

Doug requested not to put his vu-graphs on-line.


Doug DeCarlo


Doug’s work has earned him international recognition as a consultant, motivational keynote speaker, trainer, facilitator and columnist.  He works with clients to produce immediate and repeatable results by applying proven practices in grass-roots organizational change, team leadership, plain-english project management and self-mastery. His approach to project management and self-mastery is featured as Chapter 7 in the landmark book entitled 'The World Class Project Manager:  A professional development guide'. 

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