Project Management vs. Product Management

Project Management vs. Product Management
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Project Management vs. Product Management - Projects are the way that most new work gets delivered.

All projects have certain characteristics in common. They all have a beginning and an end. Projects result in the creation of one or more deliverables. Projects also have assigned resources - either full time, part time or both. There are other characteristics as well.

All organizations have projects

Projects can be managed using a common set of project management processes.

In fact, a similar set of project management processes can be utilized regardless of the type of project. All projects should be defined and planned and all projects should manage scope, communication, risk, quality, etc.

Products on the other hand, are tangible items that are produced by a project, or perhaps purchased from a vendor. (The vendor would have created the initial product through a project.) Project management can be thought of as a process. A product is delivered by a project.

Generally speaking, a “product” is a specific and well-defined deliverable that is created by a project or purchased from a third party vendor. “Product management” is an approach for centrally coordinating the activities surrounding the long-term support and enhancement of a product. The person that executes these responsibilities is called a Product Manager.

The product management process can start during the project that created the product. If you purchased the product, the product management process can begin when the product is purchased, or a little earlier in the product evaluation and selection process.

Project Management vs. Project Lifecycle


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