A plea for clarity

Only by properly using a language can individuals actually communicate and understand the meanings of the complex concepts they convey. This article examines the differences between three of modern project management's core concepts: PERT network, CPM network, and Precedence diagram. In doing so, it explains why project managers must possess the ability to clearly communicate the meaning and the purpose of each concept. It then defines each of these three concepts, detailing each concept's function and complexities of use.
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