Services and CSS Programs Business Program Manager at Microsoft
Services and CSS Programs Business Program Manager Details
Jan. 21, 2019, 9:49 p.m.
Business Programs & Operations
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Are you interested in being part of the largest readiness and training organization in Microsoft? Imagine working in a dynamic environment, envisioning and executing on strategies that directly impact Services employees and their ability to deliver the highest level of service to our customers. Do you want to lead the readiness effort that will enable the success of new global initiatives to streamline how we engage and partner with customers? This role has broad impact and provides an opportunity to re-envision what Enterprise Services Professional Capabilities training looks like in the future. The Global Field and Partner learning organization in the Worldwide Learning team is looking for candidates for our Services and CSS Programs BPM role. The learning team provides skills and development to customers, partners, and employees and our mission is to raise the performance of our Sales, Services, CSE Evangelist, Customer Success Manager, and partner teams, enabling our customers to succeed
Core duties and responsibilities: Collaborate with role owners and key business stakeholders to re-envision the learning strategy. Ensure learning and development best practices and adult learning principles are incorporated into the learning curriculum. Ensure the right balance between individual learning needs and business needs (speed to productivity, in person learning, online learning, on the job experience). Collaborate with key business stakeholders to understand Enterprise Services and CSS strategies, priority skills and readiness needs aligned to the business priorities. Document in the
Qualifications: Experience working in or with the Enterprise Services and/or CSS business Experience in training development including scoping, needs analysis, content creation, delivery and landing. Strong knowledge of instructional design principles and practices to include: adult learning theories, interactive training and learning design, on-line/e-learning design principles, distance learning, instructor-led training, self-paced instruction, evaluation methods, and performance support systems. Ability to interpret and prioritize stakeholder needs and quantify those needs into measurable outcomes