As a product executive with over 10 years of overseeing global teams, Mamuna has diverse experience leading product management, product marketing, product design and strategy development in the B2B and B2C markets. She has demonstrated success in building and executing strategic plans for product organizations that generate growth and transform user experiences. Mamuna is currently the Vice President of Product at Shopify, where she drives product vision and strategy to ensure constant delivery of value to merchants globally
Prior to her role at Shopify, Mamuna was the SVP of Product, Design and Engineering at Kickstarter, the VP of Product at SeamlessDocs and then VP of Product Marketing & Design at The Orchard, a division of Sony Music. She built the product marketing and product design teams from the ground up, formalizing go-to-market strategies across functions. She earned her MBA from the University of Maryland while working full time for Bloomberg Government where she not only gained her product foundation but played an integral role in build out the new Bloomberg vertical company.
With a deep focus on the client journey, Mamuna prides herself on aligning organizations to a vision and is passionate about building products that provide compelling and delightful experiences for users.
All great products start with a great team; and building a high performing team functions at it's best through effective communication.
In this talk, Mamuna will breakdown her communication strategies when it comes to introducing change within her HP teams. She will touch on:
- The importance of focusing on the Why' (addressing the problem, change and implications)
- Creating a clear plan and rollout
- Understanding that everyone reacts differently; and
- How to give and receive feedback
Friction can occur even when teams have the same intended outcome. How do you make change happen when a project seems to be tied down with weights in terms of pushing forward and the obstacles as big as everest.
This panel will provide a candid discussion with peers who will share what has worked for them for building great culture and process and why the two together are key to progress.
It is often a juggling act to transfer knowledge throughout an expanding team while at the same time empowering new employees to incorporate their own experience. What do you need to do in order to make individuals, teams and products successful? Can both culture and process be intertwined to increase collaboration in teams? Is there a formula to build an efficient team? Is there a way where you can ensure teams are motivated, efficient and continue to ship great products?
In this interactive session, our speakers will talk through best practices that have worked for their businesses when building great and happy teams.
Can you have it all?