Download now Free registration required
Projects are traditionally used to manage change in an ordered way; in the last decade though, they have become more and more "Unordered" as project management is increasingly used to manage complex situations in a turbulent environment. These circumstances have shown the need for more responsive forms for managing change and have given rise to disciplines like agile management and program management, which deal with complex issues that traditional project management is ill prepared to tackle. Program management has evolved from the complexity created by a number of interrelated projects and the multiple stakeholders involved in them; from the need to span from strategy to operations and; from the ambiguity involved in constantly emergent decision-making.
- Format: PDF
- Size: 772.2 KB