If you look at any of the myriad project management flow charts or functional descriptions, you will see a set of functions and practices focused on budget and risk management.

The typical project manager is asked to keep the assigned project on time and on budget while minimizing risk items to both of these. This is important from an accounting perspective; however, I would like to inject notions of value and innovation.

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