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Don't Waste Your Youth: How To Shape Your Next Generation of PMs

by Cindy Waxer

No matter what processes are in place, no matter how detailed the business strategy, organizations are only as good as the people executing those plans. Too often though, the needed talent isn't available. This article discusses how organizations can shape the youngest generation of project team members and keep them contributing to the organization for the long haul. In doing so, it identifies a three-step process for grooming the next generation of project teams.

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