How do projects and organizational processes differ?

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  • A project differ from the day to day operations of an organization. Operations are concerned with the daily jobs needed to run the business. How would you rephrase and elaborate? 

Oct 3rd, 2015

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In an organization, starting a project is normally an exciting practice that demands new ways of thinking. However when this project is faced with multiple competing deadlines many organizations treat projects as processes for the sake of efficiency. In a project we realize that the activity is fresh and has never been undertaken before, whereas in processes, the same thing is repeated over and over. Also, significant leadership is required to plan and execute a project whereas a process is managed and not led not unless they need to be changed.


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