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How to differentiate between Projects and Programs?

Is there one absolute (quantitative) definition which will finally get rid of the ambiguity? What do you think?

Over the past years, I have noticed that every company has a different
definition of what are projects and what are programs…………. and the
result was……. that none where comparable. Even within the same company, the use different definitions between businesses a unit, which creates lots of confusion.

I looked into the definitions in books, in PMI, in Prince 2, in IPMA and unfortunately, they all have some differences, which don’t take the ambiguity away.

I was think that the best would be if we could define a list of
quantitative criteria to make the difference, for example, a program
would have more than 20 members, a duration of more than 18 months, a
budget of %……….

What do you think ?

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