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Recommended literature and videos include:

PMI (Home page)
IPMA (Home page)
PMBOK (Book standard)
ISO standard
Books in basic project management (Tonnquist

More information about project management, courses, events and networks can be found within the homepages of the Project Management Institute, PMI (https://www.pmi.org/).

PMI is also the publisher of the PMBOK, the Project Management Body of Knowledge (https://www.pmi.org/pmbok-guide-standards/foundational/pmbok).

Another source with information about project management is the International Association of Project Management, IPMA (https://www.ipma.world/)

There is also a lot of project management literature available, both on basic and advanced levels. The best way to find a suitable book is probably to explore the internet, reading the reviews. Some recommendations are the three books, all titled “Project Management” by 1) Bo Tonnquist, 2) Annette Hallin and Tina Karrbom-Gustavsson, and 3) Harlod Kerzner.

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