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Though the principles and practice of project management--as well as project managers--have long existed and produced significant advantages and gains for organizations, companies and universities still fail to recognize the field as a distinct business discipline. This article discusses this concern and offers project management professionals some ideas that can help them generate greater awareness of--and appreciation for--project management at the corporate executive and university officer levels. One interviewee discusses how outsourcing could serve as a force that legitimizes project management as a distinct business discipline.
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