Project Management Handbook
by Wouter Baars
Publisher: projectmanagement-training.net 2006
Number of pages: 83
This handbook is intended for projects that are conducted by DANS. The first section describes a working method that can be followed for traditional projects. The second section describes the working method for IT projects, particularly those that involve software development.
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