The Amplify Program model allows you to organise your enterprise portfolio into two levels: programs and projects.
Any top-level master project or initiative which groups together many related projects could be identified as a Program.
Projects contain a series of tasks required to be completed to achieve a goal. Program and project would be the two main objects used to represent the relational hierarchy of your enterprise in the Program model.
Any further organisational grouping within the program will be captured as positional attributes of the project.
The other objects that you would utilise in your Program are: Impacts (Benefits), Costs, Tasks, and RAID items (Risks, Assumptions, Issues and Dependencies).
To learn more about the basic concepts, see the following articles.
- What is a Program?
- What is a Project?
- What is a Benefit or Impact?
- What are Costs?
- What are risks, assumptions, issues and dependencies?
When you implement the Program model, you are able to take advantage of the following key features:
Your enterprise portfolio may run multiple programs parallelly. Each program may not share the same targets, goals or even workflows and may need to be managed as individual entities within the enterprise. The program model allows having siloed configuration settings for individual programs allowing complete autonomy for your program.
In the Amplify Program model, a Program acts as the container and the controlling unit of all projects. The overall control of a program is available to a user with a special role called the Program Administrator role.
Amplify's global Administration settings operate over and above all programs and facilitate centralized management of the whole setup. You can define and configure several global objects and parameters that can control and contribute to the smooth operation of the programs within your Amplify system.