Program manager roles , Project Management

Program Manager Roles  

The following is the role of the Program manager:  

  • Responsible for meeting customer requirements. 
  • Manage risk. 
  • Deliver the program, the project within schedule and time. 
  • Demonstrate leadership to program team. 
  • Deliver product specification. 
  • Controls „what and when" of the project. 
  • Tracks progress. 
  • Anticipates future impacts. 
  • Ensures linkage with related programs and projects. 
  • Create program plan for future projects.  
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