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Production in project management
How do you describe production in terms of project and project management?
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Hi Santos,

Little bit confused about your question. However every project consists of deliverables. Deliverable & customer satisfactions combined significant importance in production.
Production is the end state for project deliverables which have been transitioned to the customer.
The product leads to deliverables which goes into operations and production that in turn provide value to customers.
Projects can lead to production. Production can lead to additional projects such as developing the production system itself, and optimizing it via processes like Six Sigma, cost improvements, time savings, etc.

No clear on your request, going on another direction.
Within some project, they might be some production. Let's take a large hospital that requires 100 identical bathrooms to be prefabricated delivered to be installed onsite. Those bathrooms are a custom production.

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