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This book contains a series of presentations on the Critical Path Method. It includes a bonus presentation on Earned Value. These lessons are for people learning more about the mathematical aspects of project management.

The materials in this book were adapted from presentations used in training for project management certification.

Published: Robert Perrine on
ISBN: 9781452385341
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