"Programme Management may be defined as the co-ordinated organization, direction and implementation of a portfolio of projects and activities that together achieve outcomes and realise benefits that are of strategic importance."
- from Managing Successful Programmes
Large, complex deliveries are often broken down into manageable, inter-related projects. For those managing this overall delivery the principles of programme management are key to delivering on time and within budget.
Managing Successful Programmes comprises a set of principles and processes for use when managing a programme. It is founded on best practice although it is not prescriptive. It is very flexible and designed to be adapted to meet the needs of local circumstances.
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