Human aspects of project management, Project Management

Carry out a literature search and write a short report on 'The Human Aspects of Project Management and its Influence on Project Performance'.  Report should be no more than 5 pages long, well structured using decimal paragraphs, containing executive summary, contents list, well structured body, conclusions and at least 12 reputable academic references.  All material must be properly referenced and a highly professional, concise, Masters level standard of presentation is expected.

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