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The role and responsibilities of Product Delivery Manager.

The Role of Product Delivery Manager

Your business is successful when you gain a competitive advantage, and there is no delay in the launching of your products and services. By implementing and managing the effective product delivery process, you increase the quality and improve the satisfaction of your clients and enhance your product’s agility.

My passion is Automation. I focus on processes, metrics, and cultural considerations with Continuous Delivery. I do my best to assist organizations in responding to market changes rapidly, thus being able to reduce risk and lower costs while releasing higher quality solutions. My role is to architect and orchestrate effective and efficient automated deployment pipelines for your products and business solutions. My deliverable - your teams focus on vision while pipelines do the execution.

Product Delivery

Responsibilities of Product Delivery Manager

  1. Responsible for DevOps / DevSecOps practices implementation.

  2. Participate in or lead the development of best practices, project standards, procedures, and quality objectives, including metrics for assessing progress.

  3. Be engaged with the client in discussions of the business situation and technical strategy.

  4. Take a proactive part in suggesting technologies, tools, and approaches.

  5. Suggest innovative solutions to business problems/processes that leverage technology to provide marketing differentiation, efficiency improvements, and better user experiences.

  6. Validate technical aspects of proposed solutions in connection with project execution risks.

  7. Investigate complex issues of production delivery, run the root cause analysis, establish a solution, and push it through the required steps necessary to deliver.

  8. Responsible for setting up the project from the ground up, as well as advocating for the best engineering practices and tools for practical use.

  9. Determine staffing requirements based on scope, schedule, and cost.

  10. Monitor project milestones and critical dates to identify risks and issues.

  11. Facilitate the creation and execution of corresponding mitigation plans to ensure that the project remains within the specified scope and is within time, cost, and quality objectives.

  12. Stay calm when things get challenging and protect the team from unnecessary pressure.

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