A Concise Guide to Program Management: Fundamental Concepts and Issues

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Purdue University Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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In all organizational settings, managing projects is an ever-increasing necessity. Large corporations have departments that institute procedures for implementing and tracking projects, but smaller organizations can also benefit from becoming aware of the steps undertaken in creating a project so they can maximize planned outcomes. Mitchell Springer, an expert in these areas, provides an invaluable guide that details program management in a concise and understandable manner. This succinct reference will be a valuable asset and should be on the desk of anyone involved with the intricate and costly business of program management.

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Chapter 2What Type of Contract Should I Enter Into?
Chapter 3Obtaining a Price Quote

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Mitchell L. Springer currently serves as the Manager of Human Resources for Raytheon in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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