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By definition, best practices are an optimal way currently recognized by the industry to achieve a stated goal or objective. (1) In Project Management, the best practice is the practices aligned with the worldwide standards for Project Management, for example, the PMBOK® (Project Management Body of Knowledge) Guide.

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No best practice is best for every organization. Organizations define “best practice” differently. For some, it refers to…




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Eduardo Espinheira

Eduardo Espinheira

Eduardo Espinheira is a Consultant, Facilitator, Manager, Public Speaker, Creator of the Management Bugs&Fixes and the Machiavellian PM Stories

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