COST CONTROL Definition

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COST CONTROL is the process of controlling the cost of a project within a predetermined sum throughout its various stages from inception to completion.

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MATRIX ORGANIZATION is where a company superimposes a group or interdisciplinary team of project specialists on a functional organizational design. In a matrix organization the members have dual allegiances, i.e., to that particular assignment or project as well as their normal organizational department.

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