The impact and implementation of corporate programs in the industry grows without cease, while the research field "corporate programs" is still waiting to be fully explored. Therefore, this book sheds light on the current findings on corporate programs and more importantly reviews program management literature in order to identify valuable insights for a knowledge transfer to corporate program research and practice. Based upon the analysis of program management literature, the author identifies concepts and theories from program management that are likewise appropriate for corporate programs. Moreover, areas exhibiting a low extent of applicability to corporate programs are exposed. The book eventually provides researchers with an outlook on future research questions in corporate programs and executives can find useful remarks on program management literature which is helpful for managing corporate programs.