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8. Literature
Aguanno, K 2003, 101 Ways
To Reward Team Members, Multi-Media Publications,
Andersen, ES Grude, KV & Haug, T 2004, Goal Directed Project Management: Effective
Techniques and Strategies, third edition, Kogan Page Limited, London.
APM, Association for Project Management 2000, Body of Knowledge (APM BoK), fourth
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APM, Association for Project Management 2002, Project Management Pathways, The
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Appelbaum, SH Bethune, M & Tannenbaum, R 1999, ‘Downsizing and the emergence of
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Appelbaum, SH Shpiro, BT Danakas, H Gualtieri, G Li, L Loo, D Renaud, P & Zampieri,
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Armstrong, M & Murlis, H 2004, Reward Management: A Handbook of Remuneration
Strategy and Practice, fifth edition, Kogan Page Limited, London.
Armstrong, M 2000, Rewarding Teams, IPD House, London.
Armstrong, M 2002, Employee Reward, third edition, CIPD House, London.
Arthur, D 2001, The Employee Recruitment and Retention Handbook, AMACOM, New
Atkinson, R 1999, ‘Project management: cost, time and quality, two best guesses and a
phenomenon, its time to accept other success criteria’, International Journal of
Project Management, vol. 17, no. 6, pp. 337-342.
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