Project Management Concepts and Applications
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According to (Grey & Larson, 2008, p. 5) “a project is defined as a complex, nonroutine, one-time effort to create a product or service limited by time, budget and specifications.” The aforementioned project and description fits within this definition and is indeed a project versus a day-to-day work assignment because this is not work that repeated over and over and upon completion of this project staff will have a standard system in place for scheduling.
Organizational Structure and Culture
“Politics exist in every organization and can have a significant influence on which projects receive funding and high priority. Project selection may be based not so much on facts and sound reasoning, but rather on the persuasiveness and power of people advocating projects” (Grey & Larson, 2008, p. 29). This is the