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Project Management by Olaf Passenheim

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Project Management
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814878
Number of pages: 117

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Every project and as a consequence every project manager has to deal with different targets, different environments and, last but not least, with different people. Therefore, only the Know-how and the Do-how will transform a project manager into an excellent project manager. Read this book to learn more about Project Management. The main topics of this book are: Project Organisations, Estimation of Times and Cost, Risk Management and much more.

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