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Five Not-So-Easy Pieces

August 2018 | COVER STORY

Project management requires improvisation, teamwork, thoroughness, and foresight to anticipate future snafus. Breaking it down into systematic stages—initiating, design, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing—can help. Learn how to manage projects and align security programs more effectively in this article from Nicholas D’Agostino, PSP.

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