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additionally has a propensity to be an errand related or objective-related idea ( Naeem et al., 2018 ). A project can be perceived as a short-term framework (or linkage) that is arranged to complete tasks or attain specific objectives ( Lundin, 1995 ; Packendorff, 1995 ; Turner, 2006 ). The importance of project risk cannot be avoided while considering the framework. Besides, a project risk may be considered as a feasible troubling effect that may give rise to a challenge in the attainment of framework objectives, for instance, quality, arrangements, etc. ( Naeem et al
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Well-established companies are characterised by the apparent stage of development as perceived by their employees. These organisations consider staff as an asset or a resource rather than variable costs, and it is, therefore, necessary to regard them as human capital ( Campion, 2011 ; Armstrong & Taylor, 2014 ). To provide a long-term, sustainable and quality-driven production within a business, selecting and hiring the right employees is a key
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collaboration, considered as interpersonal communication. In interpersonal communication, a person takes on a role, plays it and obtains an idea for how a communication partner perceives it, interprets the situation and coordinates his/her own actions [ 3 , 4 ]. This interaction leas to the development of the person and his/her creative abilities, as well as the ability to think and be aware of oneself as a special person.
All mentioned becomes very relevant for linguistic training. Regarding this, new technology and forms of teaching foreign languages, particularly