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Planning, Organising and Controlling Projects

By: GLOMACS Training and Consultancy

United Kingdom

17 - 21 Dec, 2012  5 days

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As organisations continue to embrace project management methodologies, there is an increased need for formal project management tools and techniques to be employed. This seminar has been designed to enable the more experienced project manager to align these tools with their current project management skills and practically apply the principles to their projects.

London, United Kingdom Dec 17 - 21 Dec, 2012
US$4,450.00
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009714 4250733

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