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A Project Manager's Guide to Business Performance Management

Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Published On: September 4 2007 As business performance management (BPM) has expanded into virtually all areas of business, project managers have been broadening their soft management skills. Learn what project managers can borrow from BPM to streamline service delivery, optimize operations, and improve customer satisfaction.

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