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Top 10 Key Learnings from Product Management Festival APAC

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PMF APAC

Product Management Festival recently hosted the second edition of PMF APAC in Singapore at the INSEAD campus. It’s a two-day event and is an annual conference bringing product professionals and managers from different industries, across disciplines and across geographies together to learn, exchange knowledge and make an impact. I had the wonderful opportunity of attending this amazing event and…

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Women Making an Impact in Product Management in APAC

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We have compiled a list of experienced product management professionals with a track record for success — and they are all women. With backgrounds in engineering, marketing and business, some of them are also founders of their own companies. Spread across the Asia and Pacific region, they not only have day jobs in product management, but also…

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Singapore, here we come!

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We have some very special news: Product Management Festival is coming to Singapore. We started the conference in 2013, and over the last 5 years thousands of people have visited wonderful Switzerland and we had the honour of having them as guests during Product Management Festival. This year the time has come to become guests…

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LIVE WEBINAR: The Rise of the Product Manager (and the skills they may not realize they need)

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Update 28 February 2018: Missed the webinar? The recording is now available. Hear Noah Askin, Professor of Organisation Behaviour & Director of INSEAD’s Product Management Executive Programme, speak about the growing role and prominence of product management within companies and how product managers will need new skills to take their seats at the leadership table.…

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The Three Skills Product Managers Need to Succeed

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Music lovers will likely know Spotify, a music streaming service that has become famous for curating tunes based on its users’ preferences. Back in 2013, Spotify had a personalised news feed called Discover that gathered together artists, album reviews, new releases, recommendations and playlists in a tile display. But its software engineers noticed that users…

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