Should project management basics be taught at school? In my view, Yes. I am not talking about extensive depth or discussion of project management, but the basics as a life skill for all. I think that project management ‘essentials’ such as work breakdown structures, planning etc should be taught so as to benefit all in whatever career path or sector they work in later in life. What are your views?
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