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April 10, 2014

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Wiwit Handayani

Conflict may be either destructive or constructive. The openness and assertiveness of communication will influence the satisfactory resolution of any disagreements.

David pit

Project management (PM) is a well planned approach for a process from start to end. It is concerned with the planning and guiding of the project from start to finish. Any process needs to be guide in usually five stages. They are initiation, planning, execution, controlling and closing. Project Management services can be applied to almost all type of projects but especially it is applicable in software development projects to control the complex process. It is an organized effort and it is planned very carefully. To accomplish a specific project, PM is essential.

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