The price to be paid

When companies fail to understand the connection between implementing projects and conducting business activities, they can experience operational setbacks which may not only waste resources but also lead to an organization's ceasing operations. This article describes examples of ways that companies can detrimentally affect their survival when they do not fully understand the relationship between projects and business operations. In doing so, it identifies why companies that do not practice strategically and analytically oriented approaches to managing projects will most likely experience debilitating setbacks, obstacles, and losses.
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