There was a time when I didn't like the notion of "agile project management." Agile Software Development, sure. Been there, done that. Our group was one of the first to address the issues of agile and Earned Value Management Systems on government programs.
But "agilely" managing the project was outside the norm. This book show how to do that. It has case studies for real government projects and then a detailed presentation of the processes used or that could have been used for those projects.
There are some issues with the book, but certainty not series issue that are sometime found in books written by authors who don't have broad experience in the trenches of delivering product or service.
My review approach is a detailed assessment of each chapter from my marked up copy of the book. I'm on Chapter 8 of 22.