There has been plenty written elsewhere about how a different approach is needed when managing a Program rather than a Project. Sometimes the differences are obvious, other times differences are more subtle. This article focuses on two areas of planning and control, namely Risk and Interdependencies. The two areas are tied since Interdependencies are one of the primary areas of Program risk.
By Martin Vaughan
Martin Vaughan is a Senior Consultant and Director of Core Consulting Group. With 20 years Project Management experience, the first 10 years focused on Planning/Scheduling and EVM, together with extensive industry experience as an employer of Planner/Schedulers and Project Managers, he is well placed to comment.
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