Panel - Forming effective teams
Language
English
Level
Non technical / For everyone
Length
40 minutes
Type
online conference
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Performance • October 2020
Panel - Forming effective teams
An organisation is a live system. Its culture keeps changing at the pace people get in and out of it, and every single individual is empowered to have a tremendous impact on it. As leaders we want our organisations to grow harmoniously and our people to thrive. In this session we will explore with our experienced panelists how they went about it, from how they got the right people through the door, to which principles they used to form the teams in their organisations.
About speakers
Piergiorgio Niero
Head of EngineeringSuperAwesome
With 15+ years of experience across the web, gaming and IT automation industries, Piergiorgio is pioneering the kidtech space as Head of Engineering at SuperAwesome (the fastest growing UK tech company as ranked by the Financial Times). He leads the engineering team that enables a safer internet for kids, and shares with them his passion for building things that never existed before.
Rahma Javed
Director of EngineeringDeliveroo
Rahma is the Director of Engineering for the Restaurants group at Deliveroo. She focuses on helping Deliveroo become the preferred partner for its restaurants and driving growth and profitability for them. Prior to this, Rahma was a senior engineering leader at Wealthfront where she led the financial services area that focussed on building products in financial advisory space like the 529 College Savings Plan as well as the Portfolio Line of Credit. Originally from Toronto, Canada where I graduated from the University of Toronto in Computer Engineering. Along with working at startups and m
Jess Loeb
Principal Software EngineerPlayStation
Jess has spent the past several years working on the PlayStation platform at SONY Interactive Entertainment as a technology lead; she has also been a site-lead for their Women @ Playstation employee resource group and active in the bay area’s women in gaming community. Jess is most passionate working at the intersection of business needs, engineering constraints, and engaged user bases- she’s a firm believer in creating new opportunities for everyone to get more of what they love. As a recent Wharton MBA graduate, her newfound spare time is spent hiking, baking, and playing video games.
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Language
English
Level
Non technical / For everyone
Length
40 minutes
Type
online conference
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