Principal Product Manager, GenAI | Enterprise
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Firefly is a new product, service, and family of creative generative AI models coming to Adobe products that offers a new way to ideate, create, and scale content. It’s a natural, exponential extension of the technology that Adobe has created over the past 40 years.
We are hiring a Principal Product Manager to invent and scale 0-to-1 Enterprise Firefly products. In this role, you will own the strategy, development, implementation, and growth of new #FireflyGenAI Enterprise products and services. You will collaborate with engineering, design, business development, product marketing and monetization to craft commercially successful products that deliver quantitative value to world-class companies like Nike and Coca-Cola.
The ideal candidate is a seasoned enterprise product management leader with experience building API-first enterprise-ready products. They excel at strategy. They love 0-1-100,000. They are a systems thinker, and a builder at heart. They foster a fun, fast, inclusive, collaborative, empathetic, candid culture with their cross-functional partners.
What you'll do
- Design and implement a comprehensive enterprise product strategy that aligns with the Firefly team's goals and objectives.
- Conduct market research, competitive analysis, and partner assessments to identify integration opportunities and define product requirements.
- Build and maintain the product roadmap for enterprise products, identifying new product opportunities and prioritizing them based on user needs, business goals, and technical feasibility.
- Partner cross-functionally to ensure successful products, encouraging effective communication and alignment of objectives.
- Serve as the primary point of contact for enterprise products, meeting with executives and engineers to understand how to create value for them.
- Document detailed requirements, including functional specifications, APIs, data mappings, and experience guidelines.
- Collaborate with cross-functional partners to design, deliver, and scale high-quality products, fast.
- Define and monitor key performance indicators to evaluate success, using data to identify new opportunities.
- Stay up-to-date with industry trends, new technologies, and best practices, and apply that knowledge to improve your product portfolio.
What you need to succeed
- Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, or equivalent experience.
- Proven experience (10+ years) as a Product Manager, preferably with a focus on API-based enterprise products.
- Strong understanding of APIs, web services, data integrations, and AI.
- Experience working in an Agile development environment, following methodologies such as Scrum or Kanban.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, and ability to translate technical concepts into product requirements.
- Strong communication and collaboration skills, across functional and organizational boundaries.
- Proven track record of delivering successful products ahead of schedule.
- Strong organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize effectively.
- Passion for creating exceptional partner experiences and driving business growth through strategic integrations.
- Experience with generative AI
- Experience managing creative products
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