Program manager and the governor of the Roman province: why do they have similar responsibilities

The program manager and governor of Roman province have similar responsibilities. Such a comparison will describe the characteristics of management that the governor or the program manager must own in order to preserve the territory (the customer), and to define the strategies to face the attacks of the Barbarians (competitor) or to reinforce the motivation and commitment of their own legions (project teams). The function of the governor was to ensure order, to manage the justice, to watch the religious life, to guarantee the tax collection and to protect the borders. The Legions were allocated at the imperial provinces to the direct reporting of the Governors in a way to concentrate the civil and military power.
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