About the Opportunity
Based in China, the Product Manager’s responsibilities include owning the technical product’s strategy, developing and maintaining the product roadmap, and conveying the roadmap to the development team to ensure they build the product according to plan.
Product Manager is responsible to translate business strategy into product strategy. With a strategy in hand, the Product Manager will then communicate it to the development team, work with them to build a plan to execute on this strategy and oversee the product’s progress throughout the development phase.
You need to prioritize features and goals to focus and explain why. Get the relevant constituencies - sales, marketing, engineering, key stakeholders on board and be clear and open with them about why and how you are making decisions.
You need to balance the needs of customers and stakeholders, know how to set priorities or how to weigh various factors in developing roadmap. You will always need to prioritize, and continually weigh the competing factors of your objectives for your products, limited resources and demands from various stakeholders.
You need make decision based on evidence, use user data, customer feedback, and metrics to inform how best to build your product roadmap. Use analytics to convince key stakeholders.
Skills and Experience required:
5 years in product development experience in a supervisory capacity
Knowledge of travel industry
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and Product Management
Excellent networking and motivational skills
Strong problem-solving skills
Proven track record of managing all aspects of a successful product throughout its lifecycle
Proven ability to develop product and effectively communicate recommendations to key stakeholders
What is it in for you?
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