Success in program management requires discipline, complete plans, well-run meetings, accurate record keeping, and adherence to global best practices. Implementing Program Management: Templates and Forms Aligned with the Standard for Program Management, Third Edition (2013) and Other Best Practices provides the templates and guidelines for the plans, forms, agendas, registers, and procedures you will need. Ginger Levin and Allen Green wrote Implementing Program Management Templates and Forms Aligned with the Standard for Program Management a Second Edition (2008) in 2010. Since then it has become the go-to reference for program practitioners, colleges, universities, and those studying for the Program Management Professional (PgMPAr) credential from the Project Management Institute (PMIAr). Based on PMIas Standard for Program ManagementaThird Edition (2013) and other best practices, the updated edition of this bestselling reference provides a program management methodology consisting of reports, forms, templates, and documents. It includes identifiable documents referenced in the latest Standard for Program Management as well as other helpful ones omitted from prior editions. The book deals with the full program management life cycleaprogram definition, program benefits delivery, and program closureato support the documentation requirements for your programs. The authors have updated the templates and forms in this book to complement what is included in the Third Edition and to include what they feel are best practices for managing programs. All the templates included in the book can be accessed online and can be easily customized to meet the unique requirements of your organization.Templates and Forms Aligned with the Standard for Program Management, Third Edition (2013) and Other Best Practices Ginger Levin, Allen R. Green ... Prepared by: List the person who prepared the communications item and his or her contact information. 5. ... team to determine if the communications item was considered effective by the recipients, such as an interview, phone call, e-mail, or survey.
|Title||:||Implementing Program Management|
|Author||:||Ginger Levin, Allen R. Green|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2013-06-25|