Improving business through people and process

Owen, Robert & Koskela, Lauri (2006) Improving business through people and process. In APM Yearbook 2006/07. Association for Project Management, High Wycombe, UK, pp. 100-102.

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Recent information systems development using agile project management has yielded a 50% reduction in effort, together with significant improvements in organisational skills, productivity, quality and business satisfaction.

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