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Management's Guide to Project Success

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Management's Guide to Project Success

Publisher: New York State Office for Technology
Number of pages: 86

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The Guide provides a high-level look at the Project Management Lifecycle, and provides Executive Management with a guide to understanding and supporting project management in their organization. It also suggests specific activities that management can perform to support their Project Managers and provide consistency in the way projects are managed.

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