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Nadine Nesling
Portfolio Marketing Manager, IBM

As a portfolio marketing manager at IBM, Nadine provides product expertise, go-to-market strategy, and competitive positioning for all aspects of the sales performance management (SPM) portfolio.  With over 12 years in the enterprise software industry, Nadine's experience includes portfolio marketing, product management, software implementation and technical writing. 

World@Work Spotlight on Sales: An Event for Compensation Professionals

World@Work Spotlight on Sales: An Event for Compensation Professionals

August 7, 2017 | by Nadine Nesling, Portfolio Marketing Manager, IBM
On August 21st, the World@Work Spotlight on Sales conference will begin. Plan to attend to hear about the latest trends, best practices and advancements in sales compensation.
Sales Performance Management - Vision 2017: Insights from influential analysts and thought leaders

Sales Performance Management - Vision 2017: Insights from influential analysts and thought leaders

April 27, 2017 | by Nadine Nesling, Portfolio Marketing Manager, IBM
Highlights of the key thought leaders and analysts in the Sales Performance Management space attending IBM Vision 2017.
Incentive compensation management innovation in banking

Incentive compensation management innovation in banking

November 29, 2016 | by Nadine Nesling, Portfolio Marketing Manager, IBM
Banking industry leaders are rethinking their incentive compensation strategies in terms of risk and compliance. Here are some important questions—and some best practices—that can guide banking managers and executives as they develop incentive compensation plans that drive both compliance and...
What you need to know about Dodd-Frank and incentive compensation

What you need to know about Dodd-Frank and incentive compensation

How you can mitigate your organization's risk

August 31, 2016 | by Nadine Nesling, Portfolio Marketing Manager, IBM
Check out this analysis of the implication of the new Dodd-Frank Act rule for incentive compensation, and how institutions can mitigate the dangers of excessive compensation and financial risk.