Project Management Best Practices for Maximum Performance via Effective Integration
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During the past 60 years, organizations’ operations have become more complex. In response, enterprises have adopted new management techniques, often using Information Technology (IT) as a vehicle to enable these new approaches to management. During the past 30 years, IT and non-IT Project Management (PM) also evolved and reached a stage of self-discipline with its own knowledge base. Yet, in contrast, project management’s concepts of “Pre-Activity” (business analysis) and “Post-Activity” (business performance management) has only been around for about 10 years. 

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