Run through a structure of Category Management, each PM is both responsible for, and a product champion for a defined set of “families”. The PM’s are the go to person for analysis, performance review, pricing, competition and curriculum relevance.
A key part of the L&T proposition is product development. The inception starts and finishes within Product Management, with the PM holding a significant role (both internally and externally) with the development and launch of each L&T product.
Day to day management of the product families assigned including
Individual product functionality, features and relevance.
Position in the market
Performance v expectations
Support to the commercial team
Supporting the resolution of product issues within the life of the product.
Understanding of the market within which L&T operates including
Core target markets
Wider simulation environment.
Champion of New Product Development (NPD) with categories/ families
Concept research and viability
Overall project management through to launch
Cross functional working with Research & Development and Production
Co-ordination and education to commercial team for product launch
Customer/user research e.g. usability testing, surveys and monitoring of positive feedback and complaints.
Factored products (supporting L&T range)
Identify, evaluate and assessment of relevance to business and curriculum needs
Management of relationship with supplier
Design and deliver product training to Sales and internal teams.
Degree qualified or equivalent
Experience of managing projects
At least 3 years’ experience in a similar role (project management)
Proven ability to apply knowledge and experience to a small company setting.
Practical, hands-on approach, and an interest in how things work with the confidence to constructively challenge when they could be improved.
The ability to manage stakeholders.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Good planning and presentation skills.
A medical qualification or experience within the medical sector
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