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PMI's Researching the Value of Project Management Video Presentation

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The results are in: Project management does have value. If you didn't get a chance to view the full presentation of PMI's Researching the Value of Project Management preliminary results you can still watch it now. You'll hear more about the tangible vs. intangible benefits of project management, along with the importance of fit. It clocks in at about an hour--definitely time well-spent.

The preliminary results of PMI's Researching the Value of Project Management study was given by principal researchers Janice Thomas, Ph.D., and Mark Mullaly, PMP, on 14 July 2008 during PMI's Research Conference in Warsaw, Poland. For more on the study, be sure to check-out the full monograph, available this October.

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