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Project process


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Course of action to achieve the project goals

Project process corresponds to the project implementation that is divided into sub processes. The structure and process are defined in the project organization considering the attainment of the corporate objectives and therefore also project objectives. The components of the project process are: project start, project preparation, project planning, project implementation and project completion. The two last components should contain also the project decision. The process is success due to the following methods as personnel, resources, financial resources, establishments, techniques and methods, and present results at the end.

The project process means a process as a unique action and represents the whole project implementation and the internal processes in the project. Work instructions, procedure methods, network plans and tools are also considered. The difference between project process and project management process is: the organization of the project belongs to the goal fulfillment, to the project process and the choice of the corresponding project management elements belongs to the project management process.

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