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Compare and contrast project management and operations management. (Please don't plagiarize or directly site internet articles).

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The basic difference between project management and operations management is that project management is related to management of a particular project that has a specific scope, start and end time whereas operations management is an ongoing activity in an organization and is not a one time or task for a limited time frame. Operations management is related to managing day to day activities in an organization with no set end point whereas project management has a specific start point and end point at the end of accomplishment of project objectives.

As a project is a temporary endeavor to meet particular goals and objectives, the project management is more concerned about the project related goals and objectives and is not directly concerned about ...

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