Kaplan University, online provider of post-secondary education, released “Project Management Toolkit: Building Food Bank Efficiencies and Best Practices,” result of work by online grad students in university’s School of Business Administration and Management analyzing operations of food banks in Ohio, Idaho, North Carolina and Washington, D.C., to determine best practices. and develop recommendations to improve food collection and distribution.
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