Your path to Senior Program Manager

Program managers are professionals who oversee and manage the implementation of multiple projects within an organization. They use their expertise in project management, communication, and leadership to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, and meet the organization's objectives.

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Opportunities and strategies to grow into a Senior Program Manager role.

In the end, advancing your career is all about getting the right opportunities at the right time and a good portion of luck.

These are some interesting things going on in the Program Management space and you probably don't want to miss them.

Growing into a Senior role pays off – $25,000 per year to be exact.

Not only is the progression from individual Program Manager to a Senior role a natural progression, it also makes all the difference in your wallet.

On a global average, Senior Program Manager receive a $25,000 salary hike when they go from individual contributor to senior personnel.

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Courses to practice crucial Program Management skills.

These days, courses are no longer a sequence of videos. They are usually accompanied by projects and a learning community, keeping you accountable and on the path.

Our experts recommend these courses, from free selections to paid programs.

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Program Management mentor

There is no better source of accountability and motivation than having a personal mentor. What used to be impossible to find is now just two clicks away! All mentors are vetted & hands-on!

I help early/mid-level project managers move into cross-functional roles and senior leadership. I support designers, developers, coordinators, and content folks to move to into expanded responsbility and better-fit roles. And I help folks get buy-in for their passion projects and gain influence and support in their workplace. Build your leadership …

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Having worked with B2B, B2C, and platform products over the last 15 years, including the last 6+ at Airbnb, I have a unique understanding of what is necessary to launch products that resonate with users, and of how to bring those products to market quickly. I teach and coach at …

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"There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says 'Morning, boys. How's the water?' And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at …

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Senior technical leader with 20+ years of experience ranging from software development, software architect, product management, interviewing to technical program management. Whether you are looking forward to significantly increase your chances when interviewing for big companies (FAANG) or receiving mentoring to give direction and boost your career, I'm here for …

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Best books to further your Program Management understanding.

A well-written and thorough book can be an amazing path to build deeper understand and also act as a handbook as you discover the internet's vast resources.

These are our and our experts top picks to get started building career-relevant skills.

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The Program Management must-reads you shouldn't miss.

Key articles and posts of industry experts can help you get a better picture of what you are getting into.

In our opinion, these are some must-reads you really shouldn't miss.

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The career of a program manager is a promising one for those with a passion for project management and a desire to make a significant impact on an organization's success. With the increasing complexity of business operations and the need for efficient and effective project management, program managers can look forward to a dynamic and challenging career, with plenty of opportunities for professional growth and development.