The Zen Approach to Project Management
by George Pitagorsky
Publisher: International Institute for Learning 2007
Number of pages: 272
The Zen approach to Project Management brings together sound wisdom, a nuts-and-bolts grasp of practicalities, and original insights. It's the Zen that's been missing in all too many of today's business books, and George Pitagorsky is the master we've needed.
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