Introduction

Schedule and Cost of Projects

Most organizations are formed for a purpose that results in producing goods or services. The success of the organization’s endeavor is in the management of resources and how the founders of the organization have structured the operation to achieve its strategic objective. Because most organizations require resources to facilitate the ability to accomplish daily tasks in the operation, on some occasions special activities are required to accomplish certain things the operation needs that are not part of the daily tasks, but require resources from within the organization. These types of special tasks are called projects, and if they are structured and managed well, they will provide opportunities for ...

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