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IT Management: Projects, programs and business change

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IT Management: Projects, programs and business change
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740301731
Number of pages: 61

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A practical guide for senior managers who are looking to improve their success in delivering projects and realizing clear business benefits. The book is based on the experience of its author David McKean and the feedback from hundreds of delegates and IT Leaders network members, sharing best practice from the industry.

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