Provide project oversight and guidance provide direction to the Program Manager

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Provide project oversight and guidance; provide direction to the Program Manager and Project Leads Review and approve key project deliverables; commit department and project resources Resolves conflicts and issues Approve/deny scope change requests as appropriate Executive Sponsor Program Sponsors Act as project champion – garner support for the project Ensure alignment with business strategy and priorities Receive regular updates from the Program Manager Provide key decision-making and issues resolution Partner with the Program Manager to provide overall leadership and direction for the project. Report project status to the executive leadership Validate and communicate project vision and strategy Make and recommend key decisions for the project Ensure that the project is on track and aligned with business goals and objectives Be responsible for coordinating current project-related initiatives for the organization Program Director Accountable for overall program success; develop and manage project work plan Identify resource requirements; assemble, coordinate, and manage cross-enterprise project team Direct/lead team members towards project objectives Manage project according to the triple constraints; time, cost, quality/scope; handles problem resolution Define project scope and facilitate scope change requests; obtain project approvals and maintain project documentation Serve as liaison and receives guidance from the Steering Committee Assess and evaluate overall project/organizational risk, issues and dependencies Project Managers Accountable for the day-to-day management and overall success of the project Hold Team Leads accountable Manage and control all project documentation and work plans. Monitor and report on project status to the program director, executive/program sponsors and steering committee Identify project risks, risk mitigation, and contingency plans. Track all project issues and resolutions. Maintain an integrated work plan and report progress to the Steering a7825f01d7dd5379a1180a6cdd87f10a9851a48f.docx 16
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Role Responsibilities Committee. Corporate Communications Responsible for developing and disseminating internal and external communications as required by the project Identify HP specific and/or CMS regulatory requirements governing provider and member communications Process Area Leads Responsible for business unit readiness including: Assisting in the creation of project plans and monitor and report individual progress against the plan Assure that the business area requirements are captured and achieved Providing resources required to support development of training materials Providing resources required to support user acceptance testing Identify, report, and resolve business-area specific issues Develop and implement business process changes Provide expertise and guidance as required Corporate Training Lead Develop a training program based upon the output of the business process design and touch-points.
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