6.4.4 PROJECT/PROGRAM PROCESSES

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Project/Program Processes are, quite aptly, those processes you generate for

your Project or Program. Usually, these are extensions of enterprise, company,

or corporate processes and are written by those organizations and directed to

be incorporated into your project or program plans. Usually, you extend and

incorporate these processes or parts of these processes into your Program Plan

or the plans that support the Program Plan. Examples of these kinds of proc-

esses are the specifics of Team Members and Alliance Processes, Subcontracts

Processes, Materials Management Processes (including Make/Buy Decisions),

Data Management Processes, Configuration Management Processes, Quality

Assurance Processes, as well as Training Processes, Safety Processes, Security

Processes, and Facilities Processes as they apply to your specific project or program.

On the technical side of the house, these processes frequently include: Technical

Strategy, Functional Analyses, Requirements Allocation, Generation of

Specifications, Generation and Control of Drawings, Alternative Designs, and

Trade-Offs.

By way of example, Table 6-3, Policy-to-Program Plan Cross Reference,

T a b l e 6 - 3 — P o l i c y - t o - P r o g r a m P l a n C r o s s R e f e r e n c e

Reference Para Title

M-M 11000 Series 5 Management

M-M 05010 5.1 Organization and Responsibilities

M-M 11010 5.1.1 General

M-M 12000 Series 5.1.2 System Management

M-M 06000 Series 5.1.3 Subcontracts and Materials

M-M 11050 5.1.4 Data Management

M-M 11030 5.1.5 Configuration Management

M-M 09000 Series 5.1.6 Quality Assurance

M-M 04020 5.1.7 Team Members and Alliances

M-M 06040 5.2 Make/Buy Decisions

M-M 02030 5.3 Safety

M-M 02040 5.4 Security

M-M 02020 5.5 Facilities

M-M 11060 5.6 Standardization

M-M 11028 5.7 Program Risks

M-M 11020 6 Program Controls

M-M 11022/3 6.1 Cost and Schedule Controls

M-M 11040 6.2 Communication Control

M-M 11041 6.3 Status Meetings

M-M 12010 6.4 Design Reviews

M-M 12090 6.5 Specification Control

shows which Enterprise Policies, Plans, and Processes should be referenced or

‘‘flowed into’’ which paragraph of the Program Plan. The references in the reference

column are to Modern-Management Policies, Plans, and Processes, the

details of which will be available in future books in my Strategy for Success

series. For your use, however, you should enter your enterprise, company, or

corporate policy reference. The paragraph (Para) number refers to the paragraphs

in the Standard Program Plan which can be found in Attachment 1 in

this book.