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Introduction to Programmes

Programme Management is a vital component in the delivery of change; whether change to public or customer services, or change within organisations. In the government context, Programme Management is what the best policy makers have always done, though they may not have called it that; thinking through the end-to-end process to translate policy into delivery plans and into desired outcomes.

Programmes Process

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Programmes Process
1 Programme Start-Up 2 Governing a Programme 3 Managing the Portfolio 4 Closing a Programme 5 Managing Benefits