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I agree with rattanw. Project success is less than 50% anyway (I don't mean getting the project done, I mean full-on, everything-went-great project success). So it is imperative that every project has project management wrapped around it. It can be scalable to the project - not every project needs extreme detail. But there are some key best practices that need to happen, up front planning and processes laid out, budget and schedule in place, and a communication infrastructure setup. Otherwise, you'll always be rolling the dice and if you do experience a project 'success' you won't really know why and you'll have difficulty replicating it.