Project Smart launched in as a way to offer easy access to information about the project management profession and has grown from there.
The philosophy of the website is to provide free, high-quality, ethical content in an accessible form while encouraging an open discussion.
Website content is constantly updated, providing access to the latest project management thinking from a large group of subject matter experts.
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