Project Management (Olaf Passenheim)

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Project Management (Olaf Passenheim)

Each project, and thus each project manager, must cope with various aims, settings, and, last but not least, individuals.

A project manager will only become an exceptional project manager if they have the Know-how and the Do-How. To understand more about project management, read this book. Project Organizations, Time and Cost Estimation, Risk Management, and other issues are among the key subjects of this book.

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