On a project vs. business as usual


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On a project vs. business as usual

A project, by definition, has a distinct beginning, and an end. You create a product that does not exist. And when that product is created, you stop the project. It is a contained Piece of work. It's not ongoing. So let's take a real big, fun, wild example, okay? you create a new commercial airplane.

That is a massive project. But it starts with the idea of are we going to create a big commercial airplane? Are we going to create a fuel efficient airplane? Are we going to create a military aircraft? Wh, wh, whatever it is. And it ultimately ends up in the first product that you're going to You know, manufacture and sell, at some point in time, you go from that and just make 27 or 87 or 507 of them in a manufacturing line there after. The project is to create that product and the capability to build it, then the project ends.

Business as usual, this is a pretty big business as usual. But business as usual is then the ongoing manufacture of the product that you create. I might in a different exa...

On a project vs. business as usual
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