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Project Management - Typical Project Phases

Project Management - Learn how to manage a project from start to finish, through all of the typical project phases. This includes initiation, planning, execution and closure.

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  1. I have some American friends who went to see the military parade. I guess they figured that since we paid for all the stuff, they would go see what we bought. ;)

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  2. i was there .... it was a very nice event .....
    thnx for sharing the pictures JAD

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  3. Army day - Yousif al-alan...
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  4. Jad, because i know you like military stuff...

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