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In service industries such as education, a program director researches, plans, develops and implements one or more of the firm's professional services. For example, in education, a program director is responsible for developing and maintaining degree-granting programs and/or other educational services.

In Program Management, the Program Director is a senior manager responsible for the overall success of the program[1].

A program director's role in a company that sells professional services is similar to a product manager's role in a company that sells tangible goods.

Broadcasting

In radio or television, a program director is the person who develops or selects some or all of the content that will be broadcast. A program director's selections are based upon expertise in the media as well as knowledge of the target demographic. Typically, a program director decides what radio program or TV program will be broadcast and when. (See also: dayparting)

Non-profits

In the context of non-profit organizations, a program director is responsible for managing one or more of the organization's programs or services in a role similar to that of a chief operating officer.

References

  1. ^ Filicetti, John (August 20, 2007). "PMO and Project Management Dictionary". PM Hut. http://www.pmhut.com/pmo-and-project-management-dictionary. Retrieved 21 November 2009.  

In service industries such as education, a program director researches, plans, develops and implements one or more of the firm's professional services. For example, in education, a program director is responsible for developing and maintaining degree-granting programs and/or other educational services.

In Program Management, the Program Director is a senior manager responsible for the overall success of the program[1].

A program director's role in a company that sells professional services is similar to a product manager's role in a company that sells tangible goods.

Broadcasting

In radio or television, a program director is the person who develops or selects some or all of the content that will be broadcast. A program director's selections are based upon expertise in the media as well as knowledge of the target demographic. Typically, a program director decides what radio program or TV program will be broadcast and when. (See also: dayparting)

Non-profits

In the context of non-profit organizations, a program director is responsible for managing one or more of the organization's programs or services in a role similar to that of a chief operating officer.

References

  1. ^ Filicetti, John (August 20, 2007). "PMO and Project Management Dictionary". PM Hut. http://www.pmhut.com/pmo-and-project-management-dictionary. Retrieved 21 November 2009. 

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