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Roundtable: How to Create a Best-In-Class Tech Function

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In this latest roundtable from The Live Series, Shaun Hughes hosts industry leaders:

Silvia Kallgren, Director of Product Management at Tink

Anna Hedlund, Engineering Manager at Elsa Science

Tobias Bergquist, Head of Products at Fundler

Ehtisham Arshad, Team Lead & Backend Developer at Boozt

This brand-new roundtable sheds light on how you can create a best-in-class tech function with the experts answering these questions:

✔ How do you create a tech culture that remains focused on the company's products and customers

✔ How do you involve the tech team in the business and product strategy work in a fruitful way?

✔ In a rapidly changing technological landscape, how do you prioritize and support the professional development of your tech team members, ensuring they stay motivated, engaged, and equipped with the latest skills and knowledge?

✔ How do you effectively handle changes in group dynamics when new colleagues join or leave your team and why is group dynamic so important to be aware of when you try to create a best-in-class tech team?

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