The Organisation of a Factory Relocation

  • D. G. Coward


One of the difficult tasks of project management is to achieve the laid-down requirements inside the set budget and the set time allowed. To be successful requires planning and control experience, using theory but strongly balanced in favour of using simplicity. Communication difficulties are best tackled using a simple message.


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