How to Build and Manage an Effective Engineering Team

About the Webinar

Whether at a startup or a big company, responding quickly and efficiently to market demands is one of the biggest competitive advantages. An effective engineering team understands how their work fits into the larger company strategy, and is willing to, and able to switch gears when the business needs. As an engineering manager and team leader, you need to know how to build an effective team.

Join Avital Arora, VP of Engineering, Salesforce, as she shares her insights drawn from her experience as an engineering leader:

  • What is an effective engineering team (and what metrics do we use)?
  • How do we hire for effectiveness?
  • What is the right organizational structure?
  • How do we give team members opportunities for growth?
  • What role am I needed for right now? 

The live webinar will include a Q&A with Avital. We will send a Proof of Attendance certificate to attendees of the entire live event. Aspiring, new and current engineering leaders will all benefit from Avital’s experiences!

About the Speaker

Over her career, Avital has led engineering teams and learned the art of balancing product feature set requirements with performance, scale and quality. She has leadership experience at companies ranging from startups to large companies such as Dell and NetApp. Avital has scaled engineering teams from 18 to 200, transformed mature organizations of 200+, and been on both sides of acquisition integration. Currently, as VP of Engineering at Salesforce, Avital leads the development of several Sales Cloud products such as core email, dedupe and match, High Velocity Sales and integrations with Google and Microsoft.

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