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In May of 2013 a notice was put up that this article appears to be written like an advertisement. I actually disagree with that. I read through a lot and gained some good insight for a project I'm working on. Should that notice be removed or do others disagree with me? Jasenlee (talk) 15:46, 17 July 2014 (UTC)
I'll agree and take it down. The notice was posted 20:13, 13 May 2013 by user 184.108.40.206
There is no talk or detail to work with, the description at history only says "(holy crap)"
No such concern apparent to Jasenlee and I and nobody else voiced one
Significant time and deletions have occurred - e.g. sections The PPM market and Capability Definition, and references to PMI PMBOK and Gartner. (I think it was better before but ... point here is that eliminated area where such a concern might have been.)
It seems the wording was nicked verbatim from "The Wiley Guide to Project, Program, and Portfolio Management" (see here ). — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 13:02, 6 December 2016 (UTC)
Actually, the textbook is from 2016, the Wikipedia text is older. It seems it's the textbook that blatantly plagiarized Wikipedia. Wouldn't be the first time. No longer a penguin (talk) 13:20, 6 December 2016 (UTC)