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New comparative glossary from Praxis

Praxis, the free on-line framework for managing projects, programmes and portfolios, has now launched its comparative glossary of P3 Management terms. The first edition compares and explains terminology from PRINCE2TM, the PMBoK® guide, ISO21500, the APM Body of Knowledge and Praxis. It also includes hundreds of common project management terms. Future editions will include other publications from Axelos, the Project Management Institute, ISO and the APM.

No registration is required and the glossary can be downloaded here.

 

 

 

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