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-Main theme/purpose To understand the importance of crowd management and to identify the ramifications associated with inadequate crowd management and crowd control. Event coordinators assume liability if an event turns into a chaotic episode for whatever reason. For example, a fight breaks out at a nightclub, someone pulls
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Contract Management Maturity Model (CMMM). Please use in text citation and scholarly references to support your position.
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