Saturday 12th March, 2011
5:00pm to 6:00pm
In corporate America people say: "That's not my job!" employees specialize and have a deep knowledge in a couple areas. But for those who want to don't want to specialize the role of being a generalist can be a rewarding experience. These individuals are early employees at a start because they are capable of learning skills quickly, knowing how to complement their teammates skill sets, and stay focused and motivated in order to build out a prototype and a business. We'll cover how to build a career as a generalist, recruit them, and keep them motivated.
I love spontaneous dance parties, fresh thinking, and great balancing acts between form & function. Formerly @IDEO, @Microsoft, @Amazon, now UX @Airbnb Msg me! bio from Twitter
Foodie, yogini, founder of @Femgineer founder of @BizeeBee. Lecturer at @DukeU on entrepreneurship and engineering. Previously @mint founding engineer. bio from Twitter
Compulsive connector. Dean of @AwesomeSFO. Programs at @RallyPad. Mktg @Rally. Bird watcher & aspiring runner. Talk to me about art. bio from Twitter
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