- Hard skills and soft skills needed for program management
- Reporting and managing risk
- Phases of program management
- Understanding customers
- Running effective team meetings
- Working with partners
- Engineering, architecture, design, and code reviews
- Managing delivery and release
- Competitive analysis
- Measuring results
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Hubbert] IT projects fail, and fail frequently, causing missed business, often measured in hundreds of millions of dollars. Fortunately, the program manager can consistently remedy these failings. And program management is a highly valuable career path with a corner office destination. The essence of program management, we take big problems, break them into many smaller, manageable tasks, and manage the risk. This course covers program management, emphasizing multi-disciplines and quality management in large IT projects.
We will balance the hard science of project management with the soft skills of people management. I'll share a wealth of industry insights, real-world examples, and personal experience. I am Hubbert Smith. My career in IT spans 30 years. I am a published author and a patent holder. I've managed 25 formal projects and I've managed product lines resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue. So I invite you to join me on my LinkedIn learning course, All About Program Management in IT.
Make IT Work in Your Businesswith Scott M Burrell1h 43m Intermediate
Cert Prep: SNCP Foundations (S10-110)with Hubbert Smith2h 21m Intermediate
1. Career in Program Management
Reporting and managing risk3m 46s
2. Concept Development: Project Phase 0
3. Plan and Scope: Project Phase 1
4. Development and Execution: Project Phase 2
5. Delivery and Release: Project Phase 3
6. Operate: Project Phase 4
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