Your tools are only as good as your ability to use them. Let’s look at a few scenarios to help you consider how you might use Program Management to solve these problems. Some of this information will be new to you. Choose the answer that’s closest to your best guess and see what you’ve already learned and what you can figure out about Program Management’s integration with your team!
Spencer has recently signed on to work with your optimization team. He brings a number of skills to the table, including web design, coding, and project management. He’s excited about experimentation, and has volunteered to take the lead on a few projects that he proposed a couple months ago. Spencer also has the skill to work in code and actually help you build and manage some of the projects in Full Stack. What role would be best for him, and why?
You’re developing an idea with your team when you receive an email from Mirena, a coworker new to the company who says she hasn’t received an invite to Project Management as you’d discussed in your last team meeting. You’re sure you added her. What’s most likely wrong?
As you continue your transition to Program Management, Caitlin, your project manager in Asana, sends you an instant message asking whether she needs to help you manage your experiments. How do you respond?