Teresa Cain is a multifaceted professional, holding roles as an entrepreneur, educator, speaker, and author. As the Director of Product Management, User Experience, and Design at TreviPay, a leading global FinTech managing over $6 billion in transactions annually, she influences the payment industry significantly. Additionally, Teresa coaches businesses on growth, product strategy, and long-term planning. With a bestselling course on Udemy titled "2 Hour Design Sprints" and a best-selling book on rapid problem-solving released in April 2023, she has significantly impacted design thinking methods.
With over 15 years of experience in product management and innovation, Teresa has propelled many Fortune 100 and 500 firms, as well as startups, to multi-million dollar growth trajectories. She serves on boards for DevStride and Central Exchange, promoting agile strategies and global opportunities for women. Recognized for her contributions, Teresa was a finalist in the 2022 Women in IT Summit and received the Emerging Scholar Award in 2023. Her academic background is impressive, currently pursuing a Master's at Carnegie Mellon and holding an MBA from Rockhurst University, along with degrees in Journalism and English from the University of Kansas.
People love to chase what's shiny and new - but everything is a tradeoff. A new framework might solve some of your existing problems, but it might have unintended consequences. How do you know when it's worth the time and investment to switch, or whether it's safer to stick with what you know.
Is there a formula to ensure 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 products and happy teams including.
- How to make the best of T-Shaped skills
- Building teams in the right way, from performance to upskilling
- Is there an ideal team makeup? Does one size fit all or how to know what's right for you?