Program Driven Management

Program management is a strategic management approach to executing and controlling multiple related projects. Successful program management drives benefits to the entire program by sharing resources, costs, and other project activities.

Programs are created from a high-level business view and are meant to achieve the strategic goals and business objectives of organizations.

In this theme, you will learn how to create and manage a Program using both a top-down and bottom-up approach.

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Projects vs. ProgramsA project is defined as both unique, in that it is not a recurring operation, and finite, given it has a beginning and an end.A program, on the other hand, is defined as a group...


Projects Dependencies is a term used to denote a situation when two or more projects are related to each other in certain ways (they depend on each other somehow).Projects Dependencies can be...


In the context of Business Management, it is apparent that in the same company, a large number of projects are interrelated.We can distinguish the following user cases:Projects can share a common...