We developed the program based on the painful experience of System Architects, Development TeamLeads, and Delivery Managers when working with project managers, business analysts, and product managers. We broke down all the situations where loss of money, time, and effort could have been prevented by asking the right questions to the client or directing the team.
The main reason for these problems is the lack of technical knowledge, understanding of the principles of IT project architecture, and identification of non-functional requirements at the start of the project.
To form the necessary basis for linking business requirements to technical solutions, you’ll need to transfer to management from development (and it is desirable to be a back-end specialist from the very beginning). Or you’ll have to communicate closely with the system architect, ask questions, and make your own mistakes to grow.
The course will help you to learn not on your own mistakes but on the set of other people’s cases and to absorb the main practices quickly and deeply enough to understand what to pay attention to in order to make the right decision.