Project Management

Project HEADWAY: Moving from Project Manager to Program Manager: A Survival Guide


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It is one thing to progress as a project manager. Moving from smaller projects to larger ones, with increasing scope, expanding responsibility and rising prominence and accountability.

It is an entirely different proposition to become a program manager. While this transition can be an incredibly logical career progression, it is a step change in not just responsibility like role. And like moving into a management role from a doing role, what got you to here isn’t what’s going to enable you to succeed there.

Being a program manager comes with a completely set of responsibilities, has vastly different accountabilities, and employs very different skills. Recognizing what is needed to be successful as you make the transition into a program management role is essential.

If you are a new program manager—or are contemplating making the transition—this is a webinar that you won’t want to miss.

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If you look at it, manure isn't such a bad word. You got the "newer" and the "ma" in front of it. Manure.

- George Costanza