Project Management Knowledge Standard(s)

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simon waxman, Teacher, United Kingdom
Being completely new to project management and seeing all sorts of different qualifications advertised for what are various approaches based on different commercial areas of activity, I am wondering if there is a common spine to all of this, if there is a recognized and organized core of knowledge that features in all approaches and all schools of project management thought (Prince2, Six Sigma, Kanban, waterfall, Agile...)? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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