Early in the 2010’s, the role of a product manager was something from non-existent to rare. Fintechs and startups back then were small enough for the CEO and engineers easily manage the roadmap.
Project managers, on the other hand, had existed for quite some time and its skillsets are transferrable even when the professional comes from a non-technical background.
The TPM role itself was not born academically and is not a new name for something that already existed.
It emerged from the evolution of two roles which still exist but that at some point, converged to a bottleneck between the necessity of ensuring a detailed requirement is available and a product is delivered on time. On this event, we will understand the origins of this role, define the links between the TPMs, Product and Engineering and highlight the main aspects and intersections between a Technical Program Manager and a Technical Product Manager.
You will earn 1 Leadership and 1 Strategic PDU when you attend this live event
|Event Date||31-Aug-2022 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||31-Aug-2022 8:00 pm|
|Cut off date||30-Aug-2022 5:00 pm|
|No. of Technical PDUs||1.0|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1.0|
|PMI Event Number||C144YLNNYN|
|Location||Mastercard Dublin location|
Speaker is from Brazil and he has 20 years of experience in program management. Having had multiple roles within this area such as Project Manager, IT Manager, Knowledge Manager, Value Added Consultant and currently a Principal TPM in Mastercard. He is a Computer Engineer with Masters in Business Management and Information Systems focused on Competitive Intelligence. Over these years, he worked for companies such as SCHOTT, IBM, Microsoft and Accenture. I have contributed as a reviewer for two books: “StartUp, ScaleUp, ScrewUp” and “Evaluating Media Richness in Organizational Learning”.