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What are the underlying strengths of Project Management and who is important in the process?
It is accepted that project management is useful in assisting with the delivery of unique and defined work within organizations. Historically, management by projects has focused on the criteria of time, cost, and scope, but it is becoming more widely accepted that different stakeholders engaged with projects have different success criteria.
From your own experience, and drawing on textbooks and readings, what do you think are the underlying strengths of project management and why do you think these strengths are important? You justify your opinions with examples.
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