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Despite the current economic downturn, and the efforts among corporations to conserve resources--including the general massive reduction in spending on personnel, the international business community is not deluged with experienced and skilled project managers. In fact, because project management can help organizations operate more effectively and allocate resources more efficiently while reduce spending, realizing objectives, and achieving goals, those project managers with portfolios of successfully delivered projects are in high demand. This article outlines three ways that organizations can attract and retain top-level project managers. In doing so, it defines the critical elements that can help organizations assemble, build, and motivate a staff of skilled project managers. Accompanying this article are two sidebars: The first overviews the challenge that many organizations face when attempting to attract and retain project managers: Their general misunderstanding about the organizational role that proje
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