Why Project Management Is Different to Operations Management

Two half-faces, side-by-side, with different colour eyes.

Project management and operations management are different. Here we summarize the main differences between operations and projects.

So, what’s the difference between project management and operations management? Let’s take a look.

Operations Management Vs Project Management

Operations Management is an ongoing organizational function that performs activities to produce products or supply services. For instance, production operations, manufacturing, IT service management, and accounting operations.

Furthermore, operations are permanent endeavours that produce repetitive outputs. Human resources do the same tasks according to operating procedures and policy.

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