Projects vs Programmes: What's the difference? How do you manage that difference?
November 28, 2017 |
15 min read
A project is a means of bringing out a change - whether this is an organizational change, or the delivery of a new product. Projects can range from small-scale operations, to huge projects with billion pound contracts. However, when does a project become a programme? How does programme management differ from project management?
Consultant, mentor and lead trainer Rajiv Khanna lead this discussion on the differences between a programme and project and differences in the way these need to be managed.
- What is the difference between a programme and a project?
- Why it is important to distinguish between the two
- Best practice approach on managing successful programmes
- Best practice approach on managing successful projects.