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Project Management: A Guide for the Real World – Project Monitoring & Controlling

Rob Smith, PMP and Reg Scotland, PMP

Read Rob's full bio here and read Reg's full bio here

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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    Panasonic Canada

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