Program/Project Planning & Definition

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When programs and projects involve multiple stakeholders, diverse teams, and various parties, definition and planning can become extremely complex and challenging. One facet is the development of reliable inputs and estimates, and the other is the challenge to building consensus and buy-in.


At BBI we utilize participatory methods including, but not limited to, the Logical Framework Analysis (LFA). We have deployed these methods to plan major programs that involve multiple organizations, as well as projects that cross-cut multiple functions within the same organization.

At BBI, our experienced Program and Project Managers have perfected the skill of building project and program plans based on the input of those involved, despite their conflicting goals and objectives. Moreover, we have not developed a single plan using our participatory methods that did not have consensus, buy-in, and stakeholder commitment 360°.

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