Top Product Introduction Manager Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Product Introduction Manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Product Introduction Manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 31.1% of Product Introduction Manager resumes contained New Product Development as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Product Introduction Manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Product Introduction Manager resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. New Product Development

high Demand
Here's how New Product Development is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Plan and execute builds for new product development to production ramp.
  • Assembled a strategic repository of competitive research, and partnered with executive management to exploit market gaps through new product development.
  • Create business proposals and market requirement definitions for new product development products that target specific market segments or key customer needs.
  • Traveled extensively to China to oversee new product development on design originals and selection on market goods for new product introductions.
  • Developed brand identity and marketing/advertising Sales force training Forecasting and scheduling production for Respiratory and Anesthesia Products New product development and design
  • Managed $50 million outdoor decorative lighting product line inclusive of new product development, price/margin management and existing product rationalization.

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2. Project Management

high Demand
Here's how Project Management is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Marketed and sold SharePoint Project Management solution set.
  • Managed a global project management team with manufacturing taking place in Japan, Singapore, The Netherlands, and Scotland.
  • Performed project management functions for several clients (Sun Microsystems, AT&T, Hewlett Packard and Network Associates).
  • Provide project services, implementation coordination and oversight for all new projects including project management, operational installation and IT enhancements.
  • Managed relationship with 3rd party vendors including strategic partnership definition, pricing negotiations, project management and execution, resource allocation.
  • Performed extensive project management duties for new customer programs including IT requirements gathering, database setup, administration and data migration.

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3. Cost Savings

high Demand
Here's how Cost Savings is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated efforts to identify and implement cost savings opportunities.
  • Conducted new DFM sheet metal chassis for freestyle with cost savings of over 35% and similar cost/ quality initiatives.
  • Managed supplier relationships to achieve long term cost expectations resulting in 5 to 10% cost savings per year.
  • Identified over $400K in cost savings by re-purposing tooling and eliminating the need to purchase new equipment.
  • Led alternate source initiative to cost reduce magnetic commodity for 20% cost savings.
  • Developed process to produce remanufactured service spares and dispensers that realized cost savings of $1.6M in 2014.
  • Tracked product plans, team schedules, milestones and product deliveries) Drove business process improvements and cost savings.
  • Develop & negotiate SOWs, product pricing & cost savings, RFIs & RFQs.

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4. Supply Chain

high Demand
Here's how Supply Chain is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed the transition of supply chain, manufacturing and testing to Hungary when the company was sold to National Instruments.
  • Managed the first Public safety LTE release for Motorola Solutions as a PM for supply chain / Manufacturing.
  • Execute global supply chain projects and mergers and acquisitions of after-market spares programs for $5B division.
  • Mentored and facilitated training for 5 newly hired supply chain support personnel in China and Singapore.
  • Established cross-functional teams representing R&D, supply chain, service, and marketing.
  • Created quality metrics and standards for supply chain supplies globally while setting SLA contracts.
  • Managed the supply chain to ensure product quality and timely delivery to the schedule.
  • Supply Chain Lead for vetting and integrating acquisitions into the Chemical Analysis Group.
  • Designed supply chain of new platform to reduce lead time and increase flexibility.
  • Coordinated orders and procurement of new product parts with global supply chain teams.
  • Managed Supply Chain of mining equipment project in product development launch phase.
  • Total supply chain management and lead team member for company wide products
  • Managed a team of 10+ new product introduction engineers to represent technical support Directed the development of supply chain engineering processes
  • Managed Astro releases from a manufacturing / supply chain role.

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5. Contract Manufacturers

high Demand
Here's how Contract Manufacturers is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Lead strategic planning initiatives for South Florida Supply Chain Operations Group that included outsourcing new products to various Contract Manufacturers.
  • Direct domestic and international contract manufacturers from initial product development stages through manufacturing qualification and sustaining activities.
  • Qualified products and processes in China facility to meet customer and contract manufacturers' requirements.
  • Established supply chain quality requirements for contract manufacturers.
  • Coordinated DFM efforts with development teams and managed interface with contract manufacturers to prove out new designs.
  • Lead multi- company project team to transfer $12m spend from multiple contract manufacturers to Flextronics.

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6. Sigma

high Demand
Here's how Sigma is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Career path has been that of a Design Engineer, Six-Sigma BlackBelt, Green Belt Trainer and Engineering Team Leader.
  • Project Management skills and 6 SIGMA back ground have played a large role upon the success.
  • Achieved 100% On-Time Performance for Functional Deliverables and Exceeded Quality and Lean 6 Sigma Initiatives.
  • Implemented TQM, Lean 6Sigma project programs in manufacturing changing the culture at AEi.
  • Attained Six-Sigma green-belt certification.Experience (cont.)
  • Participated in design reviews, quality assurance using Six Sigma and release management for worldwide deployment.

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7. R

high Demand
Here's how R is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed cross-functional teams within the Professional Services organization to ensure successful deployment of new wireless products and software features.
  • Developed and delivered executive presentations and managed event logistics for internal and end-user in corporate and educational environments.
  • Refined shift structure with other leaders to consolidate operations to one shift improving both manufacturing costs and efficiency.
  • Developed company's project management and NPI program processes and policies and trained internal departmental leadership.
  • Counseled the senior global aftermarket management regarding the project selection and project charter development.
  • Coordinated and managed issues relating to software development, version control and configuration management.
  • Created brand awareness among surgeons through participation in Professional Conferences and trial studies.
  • Oversee the design & development of customized engineering solutions using generic product.
  • Established a goal and milestone system to develop discipline and personal accountability.
  • Lead concurrent engineering tasks that apply a manufacturing perspective to product design.
  • Enhanced team performance by facilitating multiple RF optimization process improvement initiatives.
  • Recommend design and safety modifications as necessary to the field engineer.
  • Maintained profit and loss statements for several departments within the organization.
  • Served as lead manufacturing interface with design engineering and product management.
  • Directed program management, engineering, line setup and balancing implementation.
  • Consulted with customers regarding development of data gathering / reporting systems.
  • Established goals and milestones for timely delivery of qualification builds.
  • Collaborate with Purchasing to validate manufacturing data for cost models.
  • Coordinated engineering and production analysis of quoting activities for division.
  • Established the processes and Validation documentation requirements for NPI.

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8. BOM

high Demand
Here's how BOM is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Collaborated with customer team to transfer engineering documentation and BOM's to establish supply chain.
  • Collaborate with Engineering, Product Management & Global Planning teams to manage risks associated with product BOMs & forecasts.
  • Introduced schematics for plumbing layouts and engineering BOM creation to improve time-to-market and product definition.
  • Served as BOM structure mentor and Oracle super-user; developed BOM structure guidebook to assist in structuring for manufacturing IT systems.
  • Help develop BOM's, electrical schematics and PCB's, mechanical drawings, test procedures, and quality checklists.
  • Reviewed, approved and coordinated integration of all subsystem releases using ProE CAD models, drawings, and BOM's.

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9. Engineering Support

high Demand
Here's how Engineering Support is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Provided quality engineering support for projects.
  • Direct an engineering team to develop, launch, and provide engineering support for all electric assemblies that the plant manufactures.
  • Managed an Engineering Support Team that maintained the three Lear power seat adjuster assembly plants.
  • Provided Product Engineering support for the RS6000 system firmware development team.
  • Coordinated the Engineering support group.
  • Provided onsite and/ or over the phone technical and process engineering support for customers.

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10. Process Improvement

high Demand
Here's how Process Improvement is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed facility Process Improvements / Process Flow and Plant Layout.
  • Coordinated post mortem product release and quality reviews to improve customer satisfaction while seeking process improvements.
  • Improved customer satisfaction and instituted process improvements to reduce operational costs by improving department quality, materials and resource management.
  • Directed engineering staff of 5 to support the Primary battery manufacturing operation including equipment engineering and process improvement projects.
  • Coordinated the implementation of Quality Improvement Process initiatives specified by the Launch Support Management organization using CMMI process improvement methods.
  • Collaborated with the international financial planning and analysis team to identify process improvement opportunities for reporting and presenting financial results.

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11. OEM

high Demand
Here's how OEM is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed all NPI releases to the HP Automation OEM channel.
  • Reviewed manufacturing defects and coordinated with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) for resolution of product deficiencies acceptable to end-user.
  • Established Aluminum research center Established product development center Developed several automotive products and supplied to several European Automotive OEMS.
  • Supervised and coordinated support negotiations/contracts with test equipment vendors and OEM product suppliers to meet business division requirements.
  • Managed and executed original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customer strategy for Trek Bicycles and Harley Davidson motorcycles.
  • Cultivated OEM/Licensing relationship with consumer goods giant, resulting in incremental distribution, and support of overhead absorption.

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12. Material Availability

high Demand
Here's how Material Availability is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Improved product readiness by effectively communicating with product team and driving material availability through the supply chain.

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13. Development Process

high Demand
Here's how Development Process is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Transitioned new products from R&D to Operations at various stages in the Product Development Process.
  • Authored and Implemented company-wide development process for use on all new product releases.
  • Provide design for serviceability input in the new product development process.
  • Ensured development programs adhered to product development process and milestone deliverables/reviews.
  • Administered the product development process through trend conceptualization, fabric research and development for various brands from concept generation to execution.
  • Streamlined product development process and succeeded in differentiating products by instituting Pragmatic Marketing framework within product management and development team.

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14. Technical Support

average Demand
Here's how Technical Support is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Provided technical support to customers, identified areas for advanced support, worked with advanced support stakeholders to provide solutions.
  • Provided technical support to the regulatory group during the NEBS compliancy phase of the program.
  • Managed and oversaw field application engineers responsible for account management and technical support operations working with mid to large accounts nationwide.
  • Managed and provided on-site consultation and technical support to sealant customers on product and process improvements to increase throughput and efficiency.
  • Provide ongoing product management support, technical support, oversight of program level enhancements, and evaluation of overall program effectiveness.
  • Conducted business analysis for clients' software enhancements including configuration management, system development, testing, and technical support.

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15. Oversaw

average Demand
Here's how Oversaw is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Contract Monitoring and Compliance; oversaw development and delivery of new products; monitored performance on proprietary contracts.
  • Directed 3 Labor Claim and Warranty Engineers accountable for core product issues and oversaw customer and related technical services.
  • Supervised and directed sales force; implemented and oversaw execution of strategic sales efforts.
  • Project Manager Product & Technology Development (2008 2013) Oversaw Product and Technology Development initiatives.

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16. ODM

average Demand
Here's how ODM is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Introduced multiple products into 2 ODM factories in Mexico and China on time with reduced escalations.
  • Managed challenging OEM/ODM new product projects while providing team leadership.
  • Worked with ODMs for product pricing reduction and cost negotiations.
  • Bring support to ODM's Mexico for BTOs.

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17. Mass Production

average Demand
Here's how Mass Production is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Lead successfully the introduction of 5 new products into mass production throughout all phases.

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18. Customer Requirements

average Demand
Here's how Customer Requirements is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Developed unique production line layouts based on customer requirements.
  • Supported the product development process by determining customer requirements, conducting market analyses, and assisting in the business assessment process.
  • Monitor customer requirements for both existing and future products and work with upper management to conceptualize and visualize next generation products.
  • Investigated and translated customer requirements and market opportunities into product features, functions, and specifications for current and future products.
  • Collaborate with Design and Engineering Teams to maximize opportunities based on market needs and customer requirements while ensuring appropriate product mix.
  • Facilitate evaluation of customer requirements via stakeholder meetings attended by product management, program management, engineering and test teams.

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19. Cost Targets

average Demand
Here's how Cost Targets is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Exceeded cost targets on new product through engagement with Product Managers, Engineering, Marketing and Suppliers.
  • Confirmed supplier sourcing was in line with cost targets.

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20. DFM

average Demand
Here's how DFM is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Ensured early engagement of my team to influence the design to optimize DFM and DFT.
  • Drive operational metrics with heavy emphasis on all pre-FCS DFM/DFT/DFA activities.
  • Perform Design for Manufacturability and testability analysis on new product designs (DFMA).
  • Provide feedback to the design teams for design for manufacturing (DfM) improvements.
  • Partnered with product development and test engineering to ensure new platforms met DFM/x and quality standards.
  • Led Product Operations and GSM team to achieve $4.53M annualized savings through DFM, cost negotiation and manufacturing process simplification.

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21. ISO

average Demand
Here's how ISO is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Combined scattered resource under a single supervisory structure.
  • Served as technical liaison in charge of performance specifications within a $50M plant start-up and new product launch.
  • Participated in two ISO audits for which the company was specifically commended for new product introduction.
  • Commenced ISO 9001 initiative by documenting 1 Level II procedure and 3 Level III business procedures.
  • Played an integral role in securing ISO 9001 quality certification.
  • Serve as liaison between manufacturing and R&D.

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22. Business Units

average Demand
Here's how Business Units is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Owned and managed all product launches for 11 Business Units.
  • Presented and promoted the product vision across multiple business units, internal technical teams, external development partners and executive leadership.
  • Streamlined approval process for product development 50% by establishing internal relationships with multiple business units, resulting in faster decisions.
  • Led initiative to align enterprise mobility strategy across security and collaboration business units while working closely with Cisco corporate development.
  • Accelerated innovation and successfully initiating cross-functional creative exchanges and creative process between marketing and design teams of all business units.
  • Turn customer feedback into requirements for new products, developing business requirements and feasibility studies working with internal business units.

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23. Customer Service

average Demand
Here's how Customer Service is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Implemented a customer service solution on our Motorola Online ordering system to eliminate customer complaints on colored product launches.
  • Managed customer service and conflict resolution as the primary company representative to external clients.
  • Led software development engineers, quality assurance engineers and customer service team members to ensure proper development and implementation of designs.
  • Managed and monitored day to day project activities; collaborated with vendor management and executive team to ensure appropriate customer service.
  • Evaluated customer service problems and implemented collective actions to prevent further occurrence, minimize billing adjustments, and retain customers.
  • Provide leadership and direction to purchasing, customer service and regional sales managers to ensure timely product placement and availability.

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24. Design Review Meetings

average Demand
Here's how Design Review Meetings is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Coordinated design review meetings, provided oversight to Engineering Change Orders and Field Change Orders.
  • Act as customer advocate at R&D design review meetings.

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25. DFX

average Demand
Here's how DFX is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed capital budgets up to $25M, scheduling, DFX activities, and product transfer schedules.
  • Attained over 90% DFx goals in the area of PCBA and mechanical components.

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26. New Technologies

average Demand
Here's how New Technologies is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Provided two new technologies to the customer on time and with the exact designs requested.
  • Incorporate process improvements based on work experience and new technologies.
  • Identified potential targets for acquisition that compliment strategic plans for new technologies to integrate into our product line.
  • Created risk mitigation plans for all new technologies, new components or new suppliers.
  • Identified and evaluated new technologies and areas of interest to broaden the NCH product/category portfolio and championed creation of new category.
  • Tested new technologies, assessing their positive and negative impacts on film performance.

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27. Software Products

low Demand
Here's how Software Products is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed geographically dispersed cross-functional teams to release new Software products from engineering phase through product launch.
  • Co-developed New Product Introduction process for launching new hardware/software products and bringing them to market.

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28. Product Cost

low Demand
Here's how Product Cost is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Program included project management, risk assessment, budget and product cost.
  • Deliver Supply Chain Milestones Establishes product cost estimate and monitors product cost throughout development and reports progress to cost target.
  • Transitioned manufacturing to a full turnkey model as part of HP's strategy to reduce overall manufacturing and product cost.

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29. Business Requirements

low Demand
Here's how Business Requirements is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Work with management to translate business requirements into functional and technical specifications and worked with the development team to manage implementation.
  • Document stakeholders' business requirements for online security solutions and products and ensure that customer's expectations were understood and met.
  • Developed business requirements and performed client consulting and technical communication/support for a suite of verification and authentication solutions to prevent fraud.
  • Partnered with Thomas Cook in a consultative role to prepare business requirements and develop specifications for their new holiday booking application.
  • Developed business requirements documents to communicate desired product functionality and enhancements to acquire the necessary services, computer hardware and software.
  • Gathered business requirements to develop product strategies by reviewing competitive changes, obtaining feedback from customers, and conducting market research.

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30. On-Time Delivery

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Here's how On-Time Delivery is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Supported three new design projects resulting in Purchasing meeting its costs, quality and on-time delivery performance targets.
  • Lead and manage people, projects and resources to optimize production and exceed customer expectations for on-time delivery.
  • Worked with planners and buyers to improve on-time delivery of products and reducing inventories.
  • Monitor key performance measure ments including on-time delivery, quality, inventory, and purchase price variance.

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31. New Processes

low Demand
Here's how New Processes is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Gathered input, performed updates, and trained other Program Managers on new processes/procedures
  • Facilitated the evaluation of past project success and failures to update and/or create new processes for product launch.
  • Established new processes in both Photo Print Services & Gift Cards space.
  • Create current and new processes documentation, VSM's, flowcharts.
  • Work hands-on in the production area to start-up new processes and equipment and optimize performance prior to productionrelease.

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32. External Customers

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Here's how External Customers is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Established strong working relationships globally with internal and with external customers and colleagues.
  • Cross functional leader accountable for delivery to internal and external customers.
  • Train internal and external customers on new product functionality.
  • Developed marketing materials for internal and external customers.
  • Conducted product demonstrations for internal and external customers.
  • Provide business and technical leadership to advocate the value of professional services to internal and external customers.

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33. SKU

low Demand
Here's how SKU is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed new SKU s and value added reconfiguration/rework projects to meet supply and demand needs.
  • Developed macros to create individual part list from BOM's and SKUs downloaded from the SAP ERP system.
  • Validated and carried out the SAP setup of every SKU in the CTO servers having having multi level BOM's.
  • Participated in 20+ cross-functional new product launches annually, formulating SKU-specific distribution plans to integrate product innovations throughout customer footprint.
  • Created channel management decision tool to expedite analysis among product categories, regional areas and specific SKU data.
  • Manage product categories balancing SKU count and ensuring new development avoids cannibalization of existing products.

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34. Market Share

low Demand
Here's how Market Share is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Created Multi-Generational Product Plans to prioritize product development projects, increasing company's market share and profitability.
  • Increased market share 32% by establishing New Product Introduction concept adopted as standard.
  • Launched multiple line extensions and product enhancements to deliver incremental revenue and increase market share with strategic operators and distributors.
  • Analyzed product market share data and made recommendations *Supervised inventory flows to ensure product availability and stock out prevention.
  • Recognized for exemplary contributions for six enterprise-wide product launches ultimately strengthening Guardian s market share and overall bottom line.
  • Collaborated with sales and executive teams to establish product profitability, market share and realization of corporate objectives.

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35. Design Phase

low Demand
Here's how Design Phase is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Used Rapid Process Development (RPD) to get new products through the design phase gates quickly.

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36. New Equipment

low Demand
Here's how New Equipment is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Set company standard for how new equipment would be introduced to field.

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37. Product Specifications

low Demand
Here's how Product Specifications is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Established product specifications, evaluated and qualified potential global supply base through site audits, drove marketing programs for successful introductions.
  • Developed concept through platform design, product specifications, user acquisition strategy, user social interaction, and content management.
  • Improved equity of Private Brands by implementing consistent branding, packaging, product specifications, quality requirements and warranty programs.
  • Negotiate long-term supply agreements, product specifications, first cost, marketing/promotional support, and product exclusives with manufacturing partners.
  • Implemented Go-to-Market programs, including generation of product specifications, performance benchmarks, and corporate presentations to maximize selling efforts.
  • Supervised a 10-person business and product development team to define product specifications and bring a value-added solution to market.

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38. High Volume

low Demand
Here's how High Volume is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Installed new full matrix high volume equipment into the factory.
  • Directed manufacturing engineers to develop test planning for all the test stations needed to produce the product at high volume.
  • Program managed the daily shipment and production build of a high volume Chemical Vapor Disposition thin film coated product.
  • Create new product marketing and promotion programs that resulted in a high volume of sales leads.
  • Still one of the world's largest high volume QFN lines.

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39. Critical Tasks

low Demand
Here's how Critical Tasks is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Facilitate team meetings in driving schedule assimilation of critical tasks proceeding to production through project gateways.

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40. NPV

low Demand
Here's how NPV is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Organize teams and project charters, and manage business case generation based on discount cash-flow analysis (NPV).

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41. MRP

low Demand
Here's how MRP is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed MRP system integration of new products.
  • Established daily schedules to meet customer demand using JIT principles off a MRP report.
  • Worked with other operations personnel to develop a dependable MPS/MRP and supported indirect expenses supporting validation and improvement work.

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42. Successful Launch

low Demand
Here's how Successful Launch is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Developed project plans and communicated with extended team members to ensure the successful launch of new Definity/ECG product releases.

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43. Successful Introduction

low Demand
Here's how Successful Introduction is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Managed the project related business relationship between Avaya and the contract manufacturer to ensure successful introductions to the market.

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44. Direct Reports

low Demand
Here's how Direct Reports is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Mentored two direct reports and highly respected leader of cross-functional teams to define and execute product rationalization and consolidation projects.
  • Managed two direct reports with dotted line responsibility to 2 International Marketing Managers.
  • Train and develop direct reports to assume greater responsibility within the organization.
  • Managed two direct reports including an Administrative Assistant and Associate Product Manager.
  • Managed & mentored 3 direct reports and provided performance feedback for each project team member to the appropriate organizational manager.
  • Coordinate work for the 6 direct reports in the Production department and approximately 200 personnel that are working 24/7.

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45. Executive Management

low Demand
Here's how Executive Management is used in Product Introduction Manager jobs:
  • Recognized as a transformational program by executive management.
  • Presented detailed presentations to customers, executive management, and manufacturing partners (Japan and Singapore).
  • Create new product strategies and evangelize with engineering and marketing executive management successfully influencing new product direction.
  • Developed project budget and managed all project reporting including variance reporting to executive management.
  • Monitored global regulatory trends and communicated with executive management on business impact and mitigation strategies.
  • Worked with executive management to coordinate development of the project.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Product Introduction Manager

New Product Development38.4%
Project Management13.7%
Cost Savings7.1%
Supply Chain6.3%
Contract Manufacturers3.5%
Sigma3.3%
R3.1%
BOM2.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Product Introduction Manager

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
New Product Development
New Product Development
31.1%
31.1%
2
2
Project Management
Project Management
11.1%
11.1%
3
3
Cost Savings
Cost Savings
5.7%
5.7%
4
4
Supply Chain
Supply Chain
5.1%
5.1%
5
5
Contract Manufacturers
Contract Manufacturers
2.8%
2.8%
6
6
Sigma
Sigma
2.7%
2.7%
7
7
R
R
2.5%
2.5%
8
8
BOM
BOM
2.1%
2.1%
9
9
Engineering Support
Engineering Support
2%
2%
10
10
Process Improvement
Process Improvement
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
OEM
OEM
1.7%
1.7%
12
12
Material Availability
Material Availability
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
Development Process
Development Process
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Technical Support
Technical Support
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Oversaw
Oversaw
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
ODM
ODM
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Mass Production
Mass Production
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Customer Requirements
Customer Requirements
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Cost Targets
Cost Targets
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
DFM
DFM
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
ISO
ISO
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Business Units
Business Units
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Design Review Meetings
Design Review Meetings
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
DFX
DFX
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
New Technologies
New Technologies
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Software Products
Software Products
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Product Cost
Product Cost
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Business Requirements
Business Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
On-Time Delivery
On-Time Delivery
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
New Processes
New Processes
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
External Customers
External Customers
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
SKU
SKU
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Market Share
Market Share
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Design Phase
Design Phase
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
New Equipment
New Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Product Specifications
Product Specifications
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
High Volume
High Volume
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Critical Tasks
Critical Tasks
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
NPV
NPV
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
MRP
MRP
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Successful Launch
Successful Launch
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Successful Introduction
Successful Introduction
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Executive Management
Executive Management
0.5%
0.5%

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