Difference between Project Management and Process Management
1. Project Management :
Project management, as name suggest, is simply management and control of project activities to meet defined goal and has start and end date to meet predefined objectives.
2. Process Management :
Process management, as name suggests, is simply management that focuses on all ongoing operations of company or business or organization processes and tasks.
Difference between Project Management and Process Management :
|Project Management||Process Management|
|It mainly focuses on management of project work individually till project is complete.||It mainly focuses on management and streamline complex processes or workflows.|
|It is a temporary management process and management work is over when project gets completed successfully.||It is an ongoing process i.e. continuous process or permanent.|
|Project manager have more responsibilities than process manager.||Process manager have less responsibilities than project manager.|
|Project allows and has to create changes as per requirement and whenever needed to increase performance and quality.||Process management does not allow and has to avoid any type of change so that there wont be any variation in results.|
|Various activities of project management includes configuration management, estimation management, risk management, resource management, etc.||Various activities of process management includes process synchronization, process communication, deadlock handling, suspension of processes, resumption of processes, etc.|
|Types of project management includes Kanban management, Lean management, Six Sigma management, agile management, etc.||Types of process management includes document-centric process management, human-centric process management, integration-centric process management, etc.|
|Process of this management includes planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and closing projects after its completion.||Process of this management includes designing, analyzing, improving, monitoring and optimizing process.|
|Its benefits include improve team collaboration, improve planning and scheduling, increase customer satisfaction, schedule and budget accurately, etc.||Its benefits includes increased efficiency, increased productivity, cost efficiency, increased revenue, etc.|