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This excerpt from the book "Getting Things Done Through Project Management" is part of an easy-to-understand guide to achieve success on time, within budget and with exceptional quality.
"Project Management Fundamentals" is an excerpt from the book "Getting Things Done Through Project Management" by author Deji Badiru.
Badiru introduces proven techniques vital to project management. These principles are applicable to both the corporate world and personal, everyday life use. "Getting Things Done Through Project Management" explores the hidden aspects of every assignment and how to use these as motivation to complete the task in the most efficient manner.
The book is an easy-to-understand guide to achieve success on time, within budget and with exceptional quality. Its content is specific enough for personal business use, but also broad enough to cover a number of topics.
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