The Effective Project Manager
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This paper describes the qualities necessary to be an effective project manager. In particular, the paper emphasizes the "dreaded triple constraints" of time, money (resources) and quality, and a project manager's juggling act. The paper gives a bulleted list of the five areas of expertise a project manager must possess. The author concludes by stating that the project manager should adhere to the precept that he must always strive to be a good leader and manager.
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