Recent Study on Sustainable Program Management: Hierarchical Causal Systems
Research Developments in Arts and Social Studies Vol. 5,
21 June 2022
The goal of this research article is to improve program management protocols. The technique can aid in the reduction of subtleties, duplication, and redundancies. Seven components have been addressed in this context for supporting the attainment of long-term management of a development program. As a result, the "CARROT-BUS" model's conceptual framework was taken into account when conducting this research. CARROT stands for Capacity, Accountability, Resources, Results, Ownership, and Transparency, and it emphasizes environmental enabling, whereas BUS is seen as a bottom-up technique. As a result, this holistic and causal model can be seen as theoretically equivalent to Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs framework.
Finally, secondary sources were heavily considered when doing this research. Based on the data, it can be concluded that one of the major features that institutions all over the world maintain in order to attain anticipated and compelling outcomes is sustainability.
- program and management