Stakeholder Management

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Gregg Miller
Gregg Miller
PandaDoc VP of Product Marketing & BrandOctober 8
I’m assuming this question is about moving from a focus on the “last mile” of the go-to-market process entailing sales enablement and product launches to more “upstream” go-to-market strategy activities like identifying market opportunities, defining target segments in the market, partnering with......Read More
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Jason Perocho
Jason Perocho
Amperity SVP, Head of MarketingDecember 21
Let's pull back from this question because it does not provide a great premise to build on. Every for-profit business has the same objective of making money profitably. Making money profitable can be further subdivided into business metrics around acquisition, which can be further subdivided into......Read More
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Ben Rawnsley-Johnson
Ben Rawnsley-Johnson
Atlassian Head of Product MarketingMay 14
PMM don't own outcomes the way some other teams like sales (meetings, deals) and engineering (shipped code) - but we do own the pursuit of the metrics that matter, and the alignment of teams that contribute to metrics that span teams - CAC, CLTV etc. Any marketer knows that our value is reflecte......Read More
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What does your product marketing team org structure look like?
Do you simply have Product Marketers by product/portfolio? Do you have a release communications manager? Someone in sales enablement? What other roles exist in your product marketing teams today?
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Kristen Ribero
Kristen Ribero
Greenplaces VP MarketingJuly 18
In my experience, it varies based on your product portfolio/customer segments... When my company had only 1 product we were separated by function (i.e. pricing/packaging, sales enablement, product launches, market research, etc.), but in other companies we were focused on segment (enterprise ......Read More
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Jennifer Ottovegio
Jennifer Ottovegio
Narvar Fmr Director of Product MarketingOctober 17
I believe that the person ultimately responsible for the results, will most incentivized to succeed. So it comes down to ensuring incentives are aligned and expectations and responsibilities are clear.   For every product or feature launch, I create a go-to-market checklist that includes timeli......Read More
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Jennifer Ottovegio
Jennifer Ottovegio
Narvar Fmr Director of Product MarketingOctober 17
  To put it simply, ABM is a more targeted approach to storytelling and demand generation. Instead of telling 1 or 2 broad stories to large groups of prospects and/or leads, ABM forces the PMM team to narrow in on our top target accounts (both customers and prospects) and identify what story wil......Read More
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How do you get the Csuite team to buy into a new pitch deck?
I just joined a new company, and their pitch decks are AWFUL and the sales teams are losing deals because of poor pitches. I'm working with a few key stakeholders to create better pitch decks, but several CSuite team members are apprehensive about trying something new because we'll be filing for IPO soon. They'd rather be consistently bad, then differently good.
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Eric Petitt
Eric Petitt
Glassdoor Senior Vice President MarketingMarch 17
If I was an exec at your company, I’d want to understand what is awful about this pitch (share research, client feedback?), what evidence you can provide that it is hurting my business (do an a/b pilot?), and what you think good looks like (comparative/competitive examples?). If you brought that ......Read More
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Gregg Miller
Gregg Miller
PandaDoc VP of Product Marketing & BrandOctober 8
30 days: Balance being an absolute sponge and learning by doing. Be a sponge by reading every doc you can get your hands on (enablement materials, case studies, team quarterly/annual plans, research studies, etc.), talking to as many prospects and customers as possible, and scheduling 1:1s with b......Read More
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How do you drive culture change with market research?
I'm hoping to influence Product and Design to talk to users more and build a clear picture of our user. The team will often refer to themselves as "the consumer" when they're not in our target demographic?
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Mary Sheehan
Mary Sheehan
Adobe Head of Lightroom Product MarketingSeptember 13
Quick answer: Data. Bring them snippets of real customer conversations or data points that they haven't seen from customer interviews, surveys, CSAT, NPS, customer service feedback - you name it. This will show the value of talking to customers, and will leave them wanting more.  To be even mo......Read More
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Natalie Louie
Natalie Louie
ICONIQ Capital Product & Content MarketingMay 5
Here are 4 ways this can be mitigated:  * There’s always a reason why you don’t agree -- when you can get to the data and root cause driving the disagreement -- then you start to build bridges to get back on the same page. Instead of disagreeing, a good response is to keep asking “why”......Read More
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