In any organization, only two aspects of work exist—on-going operations and projects. Projects are defined as unique, temporary endeavors with a specific beginning and end. Operations constitute an organization’s on-going, repetitive activities, such as accounting or production. Since all work and/or efforts performed within an organization are characterized as either operations or projects, all of the costs of an organization must be distributed to either operations or projects.

Projects vs. Operations

Projects are initiated by organizations for a variety of reasons, such as to meet a business need, attain a strategic objective or meet a market demand. The only way organizations can accomplish any of these goals is by expending the resources of the organization over time, for a cost.

Written by Siraz

Siraz Mohammad has over years of IT Industry experience which covers Project Management, technical ERP project management, implementation, training, support and consulting experience. Siraz received his MCA from the Jawaharlal Technological University with a focus on Information Systems and other Computer Sciences. A certified Odoo Technical and Functional Expert, Siraz...
Read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *