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Project Managers Handbook

05/19/2014


From original questioner:

Anyone have a "Project Managers Handbook" that pertains to casework? I am trying to get those positions nailed down. It seems to always be the office that cant keep up with the shop and probably always will be.

If I cant find anything close I am going to try to tackle this task on my own. Any tips, tricks, or advice you think should be included?

From contributor ca


see this post-

http://www.theputnamscoop.com/knowledge_base/What_is_a_Project_Managers_Job.html

Pretty good start.

cm

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