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A Lesson from Project and People Management

Authored by Mike Kimel I straddle a couple of economic worlds.  In my day job, I run the Pricing and Market Analytics group for a foreign manufacturing company.  But I also retain at least an ear to the ground in a small business my wife and I started about seven years ago.  We buy, fix […]
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