Crucial component of project management, Project Management


(a) Describe why risk management is a crucial component of project management.

(b) Critically show the different responses to risks that should be developed early in the planning phases of a project.

(c) Compare and Contrast between "Pure Project based structure" and "Matrix Organisation structure".

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