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Project Management: A Guide for the Real World – Project Monitoring & Controlling
Rob Smith, PMP and Reg Scotland, PMP
October 7, 2010
International Project Management Practitioners Robert Smith, PMP and Reginald Scotland, PMP (R²) will discuss Project Management in a “real world” context and with a Canadian perspective, in this series of webinars.
Session 4 covers a step-by-step process on how to monitor and control your project with great success.
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