In this episode of AgileNEXT, Tanya Maslach joins Daniel and Stephen to discuss her experiences building products at a super fast paced Silicon Valley startup. Some topics include:

  • Software development best practices
  • Using Agile in Startups
  • Women in Tech

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Bio:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanyamaslach

Experienced product leader with expertise in consumer digital products and experiences.
Has a bias for doing what’s necessary, when it’s necessary, with humor, humility and hustle; deep-diver for meaning in and all kinds of data.

Disciplined systems and outcomes thinker. Searches for insights that make the invisible, visible. Builds teams that collaborate effectively to ensure high levels of execution and team energy.

Former founder/chief product officer (digital health and fitness); trained biologist and researcher, University educator, and industrial/organization psychologist.

Speaker or panelist:
Conscious Capitalism, Bay area: Women in Tech
Beyond20 (DevOps/ITSM): Keynote, New ways to lead your technical team
Coinbase (fireside chat) : Building and leading diverse teams
Triathlon America (panelist): Marketing to women
ATHENA San Diego (Fireside chat with CEO): Being a female entrepreneur in tech
espnW Summit (panelist): Building engaged communities online
American Society of Chemical Engineers (panelist)
Project Management Int’l, San Diego Chapter (keynote): Leading with EQ

Volunteer:
Peninsula College Fund (Mentor): 2016-2020 to young female scholar.
TEDxSanFrancisco: Social Media/Web team lead.

Published or featured in:

Wall Street Journal (career section)
Womens Running (Feature)
Competitor Group (triathlete.com)
Chief Learning Officer (published)
Forbes.com (mentioned in 10 Entrepreneurs to Watch in San Diego)
espnW (published).

Professional interests: digital health, personalized medicine, reputation capital, leadership, IoT, marketplaces, interactive design

Fun stuff: Competitive triathlete, cyclist, collegiate swimmer, voracious reader and avid noodler.

 

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