Managing with Microsoft Project 2000

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Prima Tech, 2000 - Computers - 663 pages
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From scheduling resources to monitoring costs to improving communications via the Internet, this book shows readers the direct route to profitability using Microsoft's best-selling Project 2000. Readers quickly learn the best methods to cut costs, get more done with fewer team members, and build a track record of timeliness and reliability.

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An author, trainer, and a publishing consultant, Lisa A. Bucki has been involved in the computer book business since 1990. She has written and contributed to dozens of books and multimedia works, in addition to providing marketing and training services to her clients.

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