Processes and Interfaces

A business is largely a collection of integrated processes.  This applies to projects as well. Integrated processes have interfaces and these interfaces are dynamic and complex.   Interfaces are the points at which risks are significant; the management of interfaces is an important function of project managers.  Interfaces can be technical, organizational and environmental. They can be internal to the organization or relate to external stakeholders.

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