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Program management; a life cycle approach.


Program management; a life cycle approach.

Ed. by Ginger Levin.

CRC Press


541 pages



Best practices and advances in program management


How do strategic goals get translated into actions? This is the role of program management, and this collection of articles by 23 international contributors outlines some of the key ideas. It is appropriate for both the established program manager or those seeking the Program Management Professional (PgMP) credential. The papers regularly reference the The Standard for Program Management prepared by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Levin is a consultant in portfolio, program, and project management and holds adjunct positions at University of Wisconsin--Platteville, SKEMA (France) and RMIT (Australia).

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