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Project Success: The Basis of the Five Immutable Principles

Monday, September 15, 2014

People in the field talk about the "basic tenets" of project management. Where do these come from? Some say they come from hands-on experience, anecdotal best practices, and the good old "school of hard knocks."

According to Webster's Dictionary, a principle is a "general truth, a law on which other laws are founded or from which others are derived." According to A Project Management Dictionary of Terms, a principle can be further defined as:

  • A rule or law of a

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