Cost, time, resources, cash, and risk have always been the basics of project management. But as business as a whole becomes more project- rather than process-oriented, management technologies must in turn become more project-centric.
operational situations almost impossible, delaying corrections, costing the business money, and—in a downturn—even threatening its survival. The criteria for business success are normally measured in financial terms, but the day-to-day management to ensure these monetary goals are met needs to look beyond pure historical financial-reporting. Today, success is all about the difference between measurement and management. Cost, time, resources, cash, and risk have long been the five fundamentals of