Product Manager

Yammer is looking for a Product Manager to lead a growing cross-functional London Engineering team as we forever change. Traditionally, enterprise software has been built through a fairly standard process. While this multiyear process—from ideation to launch—is predictable, it’s also predictably flawed: the increasing pace of change means that the output of this process will necessarily miss customers’ changing needs. Fortunately, there’s a new and more effective way to build enterprise software. Adapted from consumer applications, Yammer is leveraging a data-driven, rapid-iteration methodology to deliver more value to both customers and end users, while maintaining the strict security parameters demanded in the enterprise space. It’s because of this approach, and the adoption of a centralized vision with decentralized execution, that Yammer is able to build software that continuously evolves as the needs of our users evolve, creating a product that people voluntarily choose to use. Yammer is more than collaboration software; it’s a tool for rewriting your company’s culture.

Companies use Yammer to discuss ideas, plans, problems, and disagreements openly. We know this because it’s the way we do business ourselves. At Yammer we’re looking for talented, driven people to help us change the daily lives of tens of millions of users. Rarely will you find a chance to be part of a team so small with an impact so large.

– Work with product/engineering teams to determine product strategy
– Build a product roadmap, and execute against it
– Manage the product development process from conception through design, build, release, analysis and
– Analyse data to optimize performance and focus on high-potential product areas

– 3-7 years experience with a web-based company managing web-based products
– Experience in iterative, test-based product design and management
– Outstanding written and oral communication skills
– Strong organizational and analytical skills, and attention to detail
– Comfort in working with a high degree of autonomy in a fast-paced, unstructured startup environment
– Ability to give interface direction. Ability to graphically create wire-frames is a plus but not required
– CS or technical background preferred but not required