Become a technical program manager because you prepared yourself and understood the qualifications and requirements desired by the employer. You can achieve success when you work with a knowledgeable, experienced individual as your pilot.
Transitioning from another career can be a cumbersome and challenging task. Take the curves out of the road by gaining insight from Milosh who can provide answers to your questions and set you on the right path.
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Milosh Nikolic is currently a Senior IT Program Manager for Emids, a company delivering tech and business solutions and services to the healthcare industry.
He graduated with a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Business Intelligence. Through his career he has served at software engineer, IT project manager, and Program Manager. Milosh has 15+ years of experience directing large scale programs and projects.
He has a proven track record in leading multi-million-dollar programs, enterprise-wide programs, and projects, from planning to execution. In his current role as a Senior Program Project Manager he oversees and guides a team of 15 Full Time Equivalent (FTEs) employees along with 25 offshore resources. These involve healthcare programs for some of the country’s largest payers/providers.
Milosh’s proven history of successfully leading and capably delivering the desired results demonstrates his skill in utilizing each team member’s knowledge and strengths. He fosters the building cross-functional teams to improve their capabilities during challenging times.
Whether you want to gain insight in the role of a software engineer, increase your understanding of the elements involved as a project manager, or advance to become a technical program manager in a senior role, Milosh is the person to talk to.
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Hi! I want to give you a perspective about me and how I feel about the technical program manager position.
I am very excited about the opportunity to work with you and help you find your path in the IT space.
My passion for Program Management, Infrastructure, and Customer Engagement is second to none.
I do look forward to spreading my knowledge on the technical program manager role, that of a technical project manager, and software engineering. We could also discuss the people side of project management, not just technical project management.
I have a strong interest in providing incredible service to clients across many diverse customer demographics. I have been fortunate to have gained an in-depth experience doing so.
It will be incredible talking with individuals from different backgrounds regarding program management and its many aspects.
Let’s go over some of the areas that we could talk about in our mentoring session.
The understanding you have regarding program management and the decisions you will make to determine your career goals are important to me. My 15+ years of experience in different roles with different teams has presented to me views of the many different avenues for success.
I feel the best way to get through the door for an entry level position is to fully evaluate the mixture of education and experience that you possess. We could identify those transferable skills to highlight during the process.
I could assist to identify the ways you can play to your strengths in a TPM role.
My goal is to help you succeed in your evaluation and answer your questions for you to take the step to become a technical program manager or another role.
I am really looking forward to working with you whether you come from a related field or not.
Let’s sit down and have a conversation over the phone or Zoom. It is a good idea to begin by talking about your dreams. What is your goal or where are you in formulating the actions you should take.
I’m open and ready to go!
Hope to hear from you soon!
According to Wikipedia, a Technical Program Manager “may perform activities related to schedule, resource, and cross-functional execution”. Essentially, they are responsible for the development of new technical projects for products and services in their industry. In doing so, they have to confirm that tasks are completed on time, incorporate a strategy to solve problems that appear during the process, and pilot the team through any obstacle.
Many employers may value experience over education is numerous occasions. They could evaluate their candidates in this manner:
To improve one’s chances, it is best to prepare for the task ahead. Work on preparation to give yourself a competitive advantage over others. This could mean anything from taking an online course to hiring a mentor, like Milosh, in order to learn the answers to key questions you have. They could help you acquire that important role you desire.
You could ask him questions regarding preparations for a job interview. He has seen so much and understands what makes qualified applicants. He could give you practical advice. Taking all of those key points, you can determine how you can combine them in your plan to achieve your objective and become a technical program manager, project manager, or software engineer.
All that being said, you can win the role you want!
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