How Project Managers Can Best Use Their Skills In A Factory
Being a project manager in a manufacturing environment can be difficult. A manufacturing plant is the most "functional" type of organization on the functional-to-projectized scale, so project managers have less authority in this environment than in others. They might not even realize what a profound impact they can make in their company. However, two critical areas of the manufacturing sector in particular call for expert project management: new product development and equipment changes.
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