What to expect
- Unique perspectives from featured VP/C-suite products executives
- Webinar Format: Enjoy our Speaker Presentation followed by Q&A Session
Up to 60% of product companies that succeed in the early startup stage fail when they try to scale. The strategies that worked so well in the early stage suddenly become obstacles to getting to the next level. So what are the changes that companies need to make when they enter high growth? In this webinar, TrueML CPO Laura Marino speaks about the five transitions that companies need to embrace to scale and the key role that product leaders play in driving those transitions.
About the speaker
A product executive, board member, and Stanford lecturer, Laura is passionate about scaling companies and product organizations. She is currently the Chief Product Officer at TrueML, a fintech company reinventing debt resolution. Prior to TrueML she led product teams in small and large organizations including SAP Labs, Nuance, Microsoft, Intapp, and Lever. Laura holds two Master of Science degrees from Stanford. She is a guest speaker in the Stanford Management Science and Engineering Department, lecturing on product management and entrepreneurship. A supporter of women and diversity, Laura serves on the Board of Leading Women in Technology a non-profit dedicated to promoting women's leadership.
About the host
As Chief Product Officer at Checkr, Denise is responsible for leading the product vision, teams, and roadmap to deliver customer delight and innovation while advancing our mission of building a fairer future. Denise brings a relentless focus on customer success, adoption, and innovation to meet our customers’ needs. Prior to joining Checkr, she held a number of leadership positions, most recently as the GM for Analytics at Workday. At Workday, she was responsible for the entitled reporting used by all Workday customers. She also led the revenue-producing side of the Analytics business launching 3 new products and growing the business from $0 to over $200M in ARR and over one thousand enterprise customers. She’s been building enterprise products for the last 21 years in a variety of companies such as Platfora, Salesforce, HSBC & AT&T.