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Project management model

Compare and contrast the functional project management model, the projected project management model, and the hybrid project management model.
- What are the substantively different terms for the identical component?
- What are the differences and commonality among the three models?

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Rank the value and utility of different types of models in project management.

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// Project management models play a crucial role in the success of a project. The study of their differences and commonality is very crucial for the understanding of project management tools. In this study, there is comparison and contrast of the functional project management model, the projectized project management model, and the hybrid project management model. The study also highlights the utility of different types of models in project management.//

Differences and commonality among the three models

Functional project management model: This type of project management model determines the way employees and jobs are arranged to meet its need and objectives. In this type of model, functional aspects of the existing organizations are used. In other words, functional project management model determines the manner in which employees and jobs are arranged to meet its needs and goals. In this model, employees are divided into departments by task similarity and projects are performed inside the departmental unit (Media & Murray, 2013).

Projectized project management model: This type of project management model is just opposite to the functional project management model. In this type, the project manager has all the power and authority and all employees have to directly report to the project manager. The project manager has control over the budget, resources and work assignment. Here, ...

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