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How to Make a Program Management Plan

Ariel Lopez
Publication date:
November 18, 2020
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How to Make a Program Management Plan

Program management is a collection of projects that are managed together to achieve maximum efficiencies. It differs from project management in that it focuses on producing a final deliverable quickly without impacting quality and staying on the agreed-upon timeline and budget. Projects can be contracted out, but programs are managed almost always within an organization. Program management plans exist to manage, execute and control the program and its goals and objectives. They must be clearly defined and scope outlined, and include a roadmap to help strategize and collaborate.

They must also include governance, an organizational structure and the process used to plan, control and execute the program plan. Finally, they must include a schedule, communication plan, procurement, risk, closeout procedure and all the other general aspects of creating any project plan.


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Ariel Lopez
How to Make a Program Management Plan
November 18, 2020
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