Harrison Keyes

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|assessing the |against plan to identify | |
|For example, the flood that occurred in Asia. This was the |completion of projects.|deviations, evaluate possible | |
|only printing company the organization invested money into. | |alternative courses of actions,| |
|This decision led to drastic deadlines missed and | |and take appropriate corrective| |
|unnecessary spending of funds. | |action (Gray and Larson, 2006, | |
| | |p.6). | |
|Meg McGill was fired and William Guardo, the new CEO, |Allowing the team |The baseline plan provides us |Setting a base line.|
|replaced her. Though William is not an advocate of e-book |members the opportunity|with the elements for measuring| View More »

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