The Product Manager is responsible for both product planning and product marketing. This includes managing the product throughout the product life cycle, gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with engineering, to deliver winning products.
Ensures that a collaborative environment exists where information is readily shared within and outside of the local operating group. Serves as a contact point for business development, commercial development and operations as needs arise.
Manages all human resource related activities for direct and indirect reports and drives employee engagement. Provides coaching and development to operations managers and supervisors. Leads staff meetings, communicates strategy and translates into tactical operating plans.
Manage the construction & commissioning of projects, and delegate assignments to P&C field engineers and technicians; ensure assignments are being completed safely within deadlines, at or under budget, and with high quality.
Lead process and strategy improvements related to strategic sourcing, purchase-to-pay (P2P) services procurement, contracts and category management.Establish client value propositions that tie financial metrics and CFO focus areas directly to operations business improvement.
The Product Manager in our custom manufacturing environment owns her/his assigned customers and associated projectsmost of which will be conceived by the Product Manager as a means for achieving the objectives tied to his/her assigned growth initiatives.
Collaborate with a wide variety of functional areas such as sales, engineering, operations, including the sales channel in order to develop and provide products that are responsive to customer needs and market opportunities.
Assess key market factors, including competitive landscape, consumer insights and unmet customer needs as input to innovative products, services and programs to meet the unique needs of targeted buyer subgroups.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations. Ability to write reports business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
Work with Industry Analytics team to define Intelligent Industry Solutions, work with development team to build the solutions, work with legal team to define Accenture IP and licensing terms, work with Sales to define Go-To Market Strategies and Pricing, work with Operations team to define operations and support offerings for Intelligent Industry solutions.
Responsible for assessing customer needs, market conditions, and competition to inform business strategy. The Category Manager implements the strategy through developing, commercializing, and monitoring the appropriate products and services.