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Effective growth and development of project management professionals is important to ensuring profitable and efficient execution of projects. HR and project management executives can use this data to determine how their employee development programs measure up in programs and courses, career pathways, and training. Based on a survey of 14 organizations, this 28-slide study benchmarks how companies develop project management professionals for different project types. Survey data is segmented throughout the presentation to reflect two types of project management groups: 1. Facilities support projects (e.g. engineering, procurement, construction, etc); and 2. Business support projects (e.g. IT, IS, customer service, etc)
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