Muhamed Abdomerovic



Published here April, 2004.

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The author is to be congratulated on his diligent study of the PMBOK® Guide and for providing a comprehensive analysis and description that anyone should be able to follow by applying a little time and effort to its content. This is a technical book that provides clarification and support to the PMBOK® Guide. It should prove invaluable to project management educators professing to understand and teach the PMBOK® Guide, as well as researchers and developers of competency frameworks, and others developing Guide-based project management practices in their companies.

The book is thorough and the content logically presented and comprehensive. The text is well laid out, supported by well prepared illustrations and the whole printed on quality paper. The fact that we wrote the Foreword to the book should not be taken as unreasonable bias, nor of vested promotional interest.

R. Max Wideman
Fellow, PMI

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