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  • Blog Post: Fun of PM.2 … Energi[s|z]ing the team

    Continuing with the program management (PM) persona from Fun of PM.1 … Persona within the ALM Rangers , we focus on Energize in this post. We focus today’s post on Energize , which breaks down into leverage , mentor , and remove impediments sub-topics. leverage The Program Manager (PM) leverages resources...
  • Blog Post: Fun of PM.1 … Persona within the ALM Rangers

    We are transitioning and evolving our ecosystem, infrastructure, process, and leadership of the ALM Rangers program as part of our continuous quest for reflection, improvement, and adaption. In conjunction with peer mentorship programs and associated discussions we concurred that is time to create a...
  • Blog Post: Program Management – Are some of the ALM Rangers Symbiotic PM’s?

    After a great discussion with two phenomenal Program Managers @ Microsoft ( Gregg Boer and Aaron Bjork ) I developed another brain implosion, followed by a few background threads that were pondering over how to become more effective as an ALM Ranger and how to become more effective as Program Manager...
  • Blog Post: Program Management – Thinking about PM != PM and Visual Studio ALM Rangers (Part 2)

    18 days ago I posted Program Management – Thinking about PM != PM and the PM role in Microsoft which explored my understanding of the Program Manager and the associates roles and responsibilities, based on the PM course I attended. Well, since then I have been digesting the information further (my background...
  • Blog Post: Program Management – Thinking about PM != PM and the PM role in Microsoft

    Doing a substantial amount of program management as part of the Visual Studio ALM Rangers “virtual” team ecosystem, which we outlined in Visual Studio ALM Rangers - Reflections on Virtual Teams , I decided to attend a”Program Management” course. It was probably the best decision and investment in time...
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