Tatyana Mamut, PhD

Tech Innovator. Keynote Speaker. Growth Advisor. 

CULTURE RISK (full)

CULTURE RISK (short)

BUILDING CULTURES OF INNOVATION

LEADING IN TUMULTUOUS TIMES

CUSTOMER CENTRICITY

INNOVATION AT AMAZON SCALE

INNOVATION AND COMPANY CULTURE

SALESFORCE LIGHTNING:
A STORY OF COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION

August 7, 2017

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This is an extraordinary moment that just a few months ago, I thought would never occur. As a female executive who’s worked in tech, advertising and finance -- and who has experienced both harassment and overt discrimination -- it’s an exciting moment. Every week, we see a new "bombshell" about women in tech, from the female entrepreneurs who broke their silence to expose the venture capitalists who harassed them, to the Google brogrammer who blatantly posts his 'women can't think systematically' manifesto. I see all this...

September 18, 2016

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As a leader and hiring manager at Salesforce, I had no problem hiring an amazing, high-performing and diverse team. This team of product managers, interaction designers, researchers, and UX engineers needed to onboard and build the front-end of a highly-complex, technical Internet of Things platform. And, these folks needed to be hired quickly to meet Salesforce’s famously immovable Dreamforce deadlines. Failure or delay were not options.

The most important factor in getting us to our goals was my ability as a hiring manag...

March 25, 2015

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All organizations are born innovative. Not all organizations stay innovative. And the ones that do don’t stay innovative in the same ways.

This series is about the different ways organizations innovate. The protagonist is the organization that struggles to maintain its relevance in a fast-moving market. This organization faces challenges as it grows up, matures, and faces the pressures of being ‘all growns up’ with responsibilities that make risk taking difficult. In other words, it is a coming-of-age story about how organ...

February 7, 2015

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Last week, Doris Kearns Goodwin, the world’s foremost scholar of Presidential leadership, spoke at Salesforce. She delineated the qualities that make great leaders, while keeping a room of 1300 raucous salespeople riveted with tales from 19th and 20th Century history. While she drew mostly from examples of Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and FDR, see if these qualities translate to business as well.

Here is what I took away:

1. Conquer the self and become stronger through adversity

The most famous example of this is FDR, w...

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