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📩 Do You Know What a Product Manager does?

Programs are strategic in nature, so the person working with Program Management deals with business and operations. The program manager leads the program’s strategy and objectives, and assesses the impact on the business. It goes beyond completing your projects to executing long-term programs, it includes influencing many different projects.

  • Implement strategies and measure success.
  • Oversee projects that will help achieve program goals.
  • Align with long-term business goals.

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