What's The Difference Between Program And Project?


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Anonymous answered
A project is a temporary entity established to deliver specific outputs in line with predetermined time, cost and quality constraints

A program is a portfolio comprised of multiple projects.
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Project meant planning to achieve a certain activities.

Program the arrangement of work according to a plan
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Aisha answered
The term program is used in conjunction with an 'architectural brief. It is used more specifically to relate to those aspects of a brief which deal with human movement.
The word "project" originally meant "something that comes before anything else is done". Something that performed in accordance with a project was called an object.
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Lore Richardson answered
I work for a software company and a program is the same thing as a project. Usage of one term versus the other depends on context in which you're using it.

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