Program Management for Social Development
Program Management is an important step in Social Development. There are variety of uses of the term "program" in organizations. In general use, a program is a collection of organizational resources that is geared to accomplish a certain major goal or set of goals. This definition of a program is similar to that of an organization and a system. A program is also an organization and a system. It is created for a purpose for a time period. Program is a time bound set of activities having larger scope than a project. Otherwise the steps of Program Management is similar to that of Project Management.
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- Green, Andrew, 2007. "An Introduction to Health Planning for Developing Health Systems," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, edition 3, number 9780198571346.
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