As organizations grow, they need Technical Program Managers (TPMs) to manage their technical projects. There are various types of TPMs, and some of them are:
Product TPMs: Product TPMs oversee the development and launch of new products or features in the organization. They collaborate with cross-functional teams to plan product roadmap, manage budgets and timelines, and ensure timely delivery.
Infrastructure TPMs: Infrastructure TPMs lead projects that build or enhance the organization’s infrastructure. This includes implementing new hardware or software systems or upgrading existing systems.
Data TPMs: Data TPMs lead projects related to data management, such as introducing new systems for storing and analyzing data or enhancing current systems.
IT TPMs: IT TPMs manage projects related to information technology, such as implementing new systems for managing IT resources or upgrading existing systems.
Research and Development TPMs: R&D TPMs manage projects related to research and development, including developing new technologies or improving existing ones.
Operations TPMs: Operations TPMs lead projects that enhance an organization’s operations, such as implementing new processes or systems for managing resources.
These are just a few examples of different types of TPMs within organizations. TPMs may also work in other areas, depending on the organization’s needs and their particular area of expertise.