do or die?

When project-oriented organizations implement plans to improve the way they manage projects, they are not only maturing their project management practice but also developing a powerful competitive weapon. This article features two accomplished project professionals--author, executive, and educator Harold Kerzner and executive Karen McIsaac--discussing (via a question-and-answer format) the significance of maturing a project management practice. In doing so, they address questions dealing with appropriate levels of maturity and industries that are focusing on maturity as well as approaches to developing maturity, measuring maturity, achieving maturity, and defining maturity.
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