What you can do in Project Management
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Roles in Project ManagementExplore a few of our key job categories.
Technical Project Manager
Lead teams in delivering a solution to the customer using the appropriate business measurements.
Provide functional and management expertise managing programs, fostering delivery excellence, nurturing talent, and improving project methodologies.
Help educate with methodologies like Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Kanban, and SAFe while acting as a servant leader and coach for an Agile team.
Identify, quantify and manage various risk for which the project, customer or company might have exposure.
Work with customers to understand their needs and liaise with SMEs to define solutions in more complex cases.
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