I think the main thing is to just do the overhead press in some form or another to build the shoulders. Doing close grips, inclines, or floor press as the primary movement would be smart if you get a lot out of those exercises, then doing 5x10 with the press after. Or pressing on bench day or something. I just do inclines after bench, and close grips after pressing.
Don't be afraid to manipulate the program to work for you, nothing is set in stone exercise, sets and reps wise. If you are in doubt about something, go read the 5/3/1 principles of start light, progress slow, set PRs, and emphasize big mulit-joint movements. If it fits those 4, then you can go ahead and still call it 5/3/1. That's how I see it anyway.