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Subject:Re: Faith Weber's Questions on MS Project From:Rose Wilcox <ncrowe -at- PRIMENET -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 13 Dec 1994 14:24:16 -0700
I did find your message helpful. I am beginning to
use Project Manager for a small group (three writers).
However, your suggestion about tapping the potential
of my organization's Project Manager gurus is not feasible:
we don't have one. Do you have any recommendation for
reading about Project Management philosophy. We did
get some training in *operation*, but no background
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