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As technology such as Gen AI advances at an unprecedented pace, engineering leaders must make informed decisions to stay ahead of the competition. Yet, the day-to-day reality for many senior engineering leaders is a constant juggling act. Often caught up in meetings, you find little time for hands-on technical problem-solving, risking a loss of your technical expertise. So, how can you sift through the hype to discern where true value lies?

Ahead of LeadingEng London, we invited four speakers to share their strategies for staying ahead of the curve, identifying technologies that deliver commercial opportunities for the business, evaluating the risks and opportunities inherent in new technologies, and communicating the value of technology to non-technical executives. 

Register today to learn how to:

  • Balance priorities and investments in technical projects and assess the need for developing new technologies
  • Understand how not just to keep pace with innovation but identify which technologies will be transformative for your organization
  • Evaluate risks and opportunities inherent to new technologies
  • Cultivate your technical edge

Join us for this webinar and unlock an exclusive 25% discount on tickets for LeadingEng London, happening on June 13. Plus, seize the opportunity to win one of 10 complimentary tickets! Register for the webinar to discover more.

Moderator

Meri
Williams
Meri Williams
Meri
Williams

Meri is a geek, a manager, and a manager of geeks. She’s a CTO and also runs micro-consultancy ChromeRose, helping digital & technical teams be brilliant.

Panelists

Cate
Huston
Cate Huston
Cate
Huston
@catehstn

Cate is an Engineering Director at DuckDuckGo.

Rafe
Colburn
Rafe Colburn
Rafe
Colburn

Rafe Colburn is the Chief Product and Technology officer for Depop

Dan
Blundell
Dan Blundell
Dan
Blundell
@danblundell

Dan is an Engineering Director at Gymshark

James
Da Costa
James Da Costa
James
Da Costa
@jamesdacosta

James Da Costa is VP of Engineering at Cint.