THE STATE OF Project Management Training

Pappas, Lorna
August 2005
PM Network;Aug2005, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p59
Trade Publication
Analyzes the shift of companies toward project management training. Trend in project training; Effect of market demand and competition on the quality of training; Types of project management; Improvements in project management training; Knowledge areas of the training. INSETS: TOMORROW'S LEADERS;THE GLOBAL PULSE OF TRAINING.


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