What large organisations can learn from SME’s in terms of project management

Research Briefing

Keywords: management, project management, 4P’s, bureaucracy

Projects are ubiquitous. Even the smallest company with just one or two employees has to run projects in order to achieve their goals. The point of project management is to try to ensure that the plan materialises in a timely and cost-efficient manner and either achieves or exceeds its goals. Project management, as a practice, ranges from the chaotic and opportunistic to projects where almost every variable is scoped, mapped out and costed, in terms of time and other resources needed.

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