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PRINCE2 2009 Edition (Paperback)
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* Summary of 2009 PRINCE 2 approach; * Sturdy, easy to carry booklet with Quick Reference Cards based on PRINCE2 2009 Edition; * Gives you the possibility to get, in one glance, familiar with the specifics of PRINCE2 edition 2009: the Themes, the Principles and its Process Model; * Contains the complete PRINCE2 Edition 2009 Process schemes (complete scheme and a tailoring example), PRINCE2 Edition 2009 Management Product Model, Tailoring PRINCE2 to the project environment and more; * Clever fold out with tabs for each subject; * Printed on water proof material: it withstands coffee stains, etc.; * Only available as a set of 5 booklets; * Endorsed by PRINCE User GROUP NL; Ideal for training purposes

Computing & ITBusiness applicationsProject management software Publisher: van Haren Publishing Publication Date: 18/01/2010 ISBN-13: 9789087535650  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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