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Use this text for: ' BSB41513 Certificate IV Project Management Practice ' BSB51413 Diploma of Project Management ' BSBPMG522A Undertake Project Work Written to the latest version of the BSB07 Business Services Training Package, this text combines the disciplines of the internationally recognised Project Management Body of Knowledge with the practical techniques that are used in the project profession in Australia today. Essential project management practices are unlocked in an easy to understand manner that draws on relevant examples from project management professions within Australia including Business, Information Technology, Engineering and Architecture. The text is divided into two parts. Part 1 follows the project lifecycle and Part 2 focuses on the 9 key knowledge areas of project management.
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