Program Managers give their job an average rating of 3.7 out of 5.0. The Program Managers happiest with their jobs are employed by iBizSoft with an average rating of 0.0 while the Program Managers least happy with their jobs work for Unisys with an average rating of 1.1.Submit a Review
"I love working issues and supporting our customer. I hate dealing with the bureaucracy and the inability to be competitive with our rate structure."
"I love being a part of something larger than myself. When I am given the support needed to be successful, it is a great feeling to be able to make things happen. A real sense of achievement makes each day worth it."
"The autonomy and ability to see projects through from start to finish. I enjoy building the plane while flying it."
"Handling budgets, driving the end results for business need and dynamic environment and most important, maintain relationship."
"The love - work challenge and opportunity to explore more knowledge in the field. I had to create an intelligence module around the regulatory requirements for various regions, communicate and train them. I hate the communication barriers that restrict the job."
"As a Program Manager (PgM) you're always learning. No two programs are the same because technology is constantly changing. Therefore, you are constantly in a learning mode. As the PgM, you have to learn new structure and processes. Thus, a Program Manager’s world is ever changing, growing and evolving – it’s a great ride! One more thing that I love about being a Program Manager is that you work with all sorts of interesting people. Program Management is a great training ground for future CEOs. Ability to manage things, risks, tasks, processes and at the same time lead people is for the few, the proud and the good PgMs. What do I hate about being a Program Manager, your success depends on the success of the team. You're now the head coach of Washington Redskins. If the team wins you take the glory, if the team does not win, you're toasted regardless of your previous accolades as a championship winning coach. Analogously, as a Program Manager you must rise above details mentality and become more of delegator and coordinator. Else I forget, to succeed as a PgM, you must maintain an open communication channel 24x7 and you must be a good and effective communicator; otherwise, don’t go down this path."
"Thoroughly enjoyed the growth of the operation that expanded into several locations nationwide. Interaction with key Verizon personnel enabled a solid relationship that lasted for years. Satisfied in observing the growth of technicians into management and other roles beyond their expectation."
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