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examples of work considered to be a project and work not considered to be a project
Non-project work is any work which doesn't aim to produce any product/service within a specified time limit. [ Most non-project work is routine work, such as: - Daily backup of the database - Billing clients - etc... On the other hand, creating a script for a daily backup of the database and creating an application to bill clients are considered to be projects. Hope that helps! ]
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User: What are some of the characteristics that differentiate projects from other functions carried out in the daily operations of an organization.

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Weegy: Non-project work is any work which doesn't aim to produce any product/service within a specified time limit. [ Most non-project work is routine work, such as: - Daily backup of the database - Billing clients - etc... On the other hand, creating a script for a daily backup of the database and creating an application to bill clients are considered to be projects. Hope that helps! ]
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