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Managing Contractors

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Contractors and consultants may be a necessary part of your project team, but you cannot manage their work in the same manner you manage employees--or even matrixed resources.

Managing Customer Expectations: Outsourced Supplier Viewpoint

by Andrew Makar, PMP

We often focus on stakeholder management from the viewpoint of the consultant or internal IT staff. What if you're an outsourced supplier in another country? How does customer and stakeholder management differ?

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