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Organisations can spend considerable time deciding whether an initiative should be managed as a programme or a project. There are rarely fundamental differences between the two, although inconsistencies found between different methodologies creates an unnecessary layer confusion in managing these.  A key concept of Praxis is that the dividing lines between projects, programmes and portfolio are blurred. Some ventures will exhibit characteristics of all three. Whether activity is a project, programme or a portfolio of actions depends on required levels of complexity of scope of the proposed activity – these can be expressed as outputs, capabilities, outcomes and benefits. The underlying principle is that the terms project programme and portfolio simply represent points on a continuum that is described by the complexity of the work being managed.  Praxis Framework is equivalent to three alternative courses, because it removes duplication of terminology and provides a single integrated methodology for delivery of outputs/products.