Any task that requires some preparation to achieve a successful outcome, will probably be done better by using a few project management methods somewhere in the process and a ‘task’ does not necessarily have to be called a ‘project’ in order for project management methods to be very useful in its planning and implementation. Even the smallest task can benefit from the use of a well-chosen project management technique or tool, especially in the planning stage.
Project management methods and tools can therefore be useful to far more widely than most people assume from the small and simple to the large and complex in any area or functions such as:
people, staffing and management, sales, selling, marketing, human resources development and training, products and services, materials, manufacturing and production, IT and communications, plant, vehicles, equipment, storage, distribution, logistics, buildings and premises, finance, administration, acquisition and divestment, customer service and relations, quality, health and safety, legal and professional, technical, scientific, research and development, new business development, and anything else which needs planning and managing within organizations.
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