Projects make up almost half of the work that most organizations do. Organizations use projects to help meet their strategic goals. In terms of strategic goals, projects may help an organization meet changes in market demands, customer requests, or organizational requirements. They may also help an organization make the most of technological advances or meet legal requirements.
Although projects are temporary, they are not necessarily short-lived. A project’s life span can vary from a few days to several years. The key is that a project has a set beginning and an end point.
We can understand better projects when we place them in context: