Mindset in Singapore – Stakeholders: how to bridge the gaps and pull them in "Product people - Product managers, product designers, UX designers, UX researchers, Business analysts, developers, makers & entrepreneurs September 09 2020 True MINDSET, product questions, Rosemary King, Singapore, Mind the Product Mind the Product Ltd 266 MTP-Mindset-Episode-4 Product Management 1.064

Mindset in Singapore – Stakeholders: how to bridge the gaps and pull them in

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In the latest episode, we join Rosemary King in Singapore as she welcomes Priscilla Nu and Tamara Moona to Mindset. Priscilla is Head of Digital Experience and Design at SP Group, a company reimagining sustainability with EnergyTech. Tamara is Director of Product Management at Pivotal Labs, servicing clients in South East Asia. They are both based in Singapore.

Rosemary, Priscilla, and Tamara discuss stakeholder management, the product scene in Singapore, and draw from their own experiences and expertise to answer questions from the Mind the Product community.

Show Notes

08:20 | My company doesn’t currently have goals or business objectives. What do I do?

16:03 | How do I get my stakeholder to stop giving me solutions and start giving me problems?

26:05 | How do I cooperate better with sales?

32:40 | I’m being micro-managed by c-level and business people at my company and I’m having a hard time being effective because of it. What should I do?

41:11 | At my company product management is being excluded from product strategy discussions. How can I get them to include us in those conversations?

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Rosemary King, Tamara Moona, Priscilla Nu 
Rosemary King sat down with Priscilla Nu and Tamara Moona in Singapore