Program Management

Program Management Review (PMR)

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A Program Management Review (PMR) is a structured program review that is conducted by the Program Manager (PM) with all key Stakeholders.  A PMR might be conducted at a specific milestone on a program or on a predictable scheduled (Monthly, Quarterly or Semi-Annually).  The PMR should focus on the main deliverables in the Statement of Work (SOW) and any issues in the issue log that need to be addresses.  The PM should follow the rules of conducting an Effective Meeting when holding a PMR. The PMR might be the only time to get all key stakeholders together to discuss the program so make the meeting beneficial.

A proposed agenda for a PMR:

  • Introductions
  • Review Objectives/Goals of the PMR
  • PM gives program status
  • Objective #1 Discussion
  • Objective #2 Discussion
  • PMR Summary
  • Program Manager Closing Remarks

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