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Bare Knuckled Project Management: How to Succeed at Every Project

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Bare Knuckled Project Management: How to Succeed at Every Project
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: 0615813941
Number of pages: 161

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You've hired certified project managers and implemented project management techniques, and yet you still don't have the success you need. You need a Bare-Knuckled Project Manager, someone not afraid to ruffle a few feathers, make hard decisions, and speak key truths to people who don't always want to hear bad news.

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