Mapping for Twists: Building a Longterm Roadmap Flexible Enough for Detours

Host

James McGill
Jeffrey Fiala

Details

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 // 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

New York, NY

James McGill, Vice President of Engineering at Button, hosts an invite-only dinner for engineering leaders to discuss maintaining agility while working around slower-moving stakeholders. 


"Move fast and break things" is an exciting ethos among developers. However, what happens when internal and external stakeholders aren't geared towards breaking things in order to move fast? How can you build a product roadmap that's moves at the speed you want, but can be flexible enough for inevitable roadblocks put up by general business dealings? Gather with tech leaders to share insights and learn new strategies for building a plan that accommodates the slower movers, while still progressing at a good clip. 

Guestlist

Pierre Drescher
Keaty Gross
Hassan Sultan
Oz Gul
Yuri  Broze
Houtan Fanisalek
Chris Polk
Herbert Zheng
Paul Eastlund
Perry Papadopoulos
Lisa van Gelder
Chris DiLorenzo
Saswat Panda
Peter MacRobert
Greg Ratner
Edgar Villanueva
Jeffrey Fiala

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