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In The Hackett Group's (Atlanta, GA, USA) benchmark study titled "2005 Book of Numbers," researchers found that ninety percent of the most efficient and effective organizations follow a common project development standard. This article features four executives discussing the competitive advantages their organizations have realized from practicing project management. It doing so, it discusses the project management principles and activities the companies that these executives represent use when servicing their clients.
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