The 1995 project management consultants and trainers survey

This survey presents information on consultant and training organizations as provided by PMI members listed as consultants or trainers on their membership applicationswho also responded to a survey that asked: Do you offer to train or consult with other companies in project management? In which PMBOK® Guide categories do you or your organization offer consulting or training? Do you or your organization offer consulting or training to specific industries? The survey lists the organization, state or province (country if outside North America), and phone number.
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