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The Management Gap

 
John Rowley a former Inspector of Taxes in the second of two articles explains what types of tax-related activity would benefit from a structured project management approach
 
In my article in Issue 973 (23 March 2009) of The Tax Journal I explored some of the issues arising when applying a project management approach to tax work. Tax work lends itself well to a structured approach — for the most part — but there are issues that get in the way. As we have seen many of them are cultural in nature.
 
In this article I will explore what types of activity can benefit from a structured project management approach. And I will also consider how a tax team can go about developing its project management capability — I...
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