Scott will talk of a few non-public incidents that almost broke the company and how Atlassian’s management team came through them.
For years, we’ve been told that sustainable competitive advantage is the best strategic outcome. It is a compelling thesis and one that has beguiled governments, the CEOs of Fortune companies and the founders of entrepreneurial startups for decades. But what if this wasn’t the only way? What if the world has moved on? It has. Here’s what to do about it.
Sarah will discuss why support is a dirty word in some companies – even worse than sales – and why this isn’t very clever.
Patrick McKenzie is the founder of Kalzumeus Software.
Mike is the CEO/Co-Founder of VIPorbit Software, ranked #1 recently by iBusiness Magazine of the Top 50 Best Apps for Apple.
Michael Trafton (Mikey to his friends), is the founder and CEO of Fire Ant Software, a startup making products that help doctors get paid faster by insurance companies.
Iris runs CDI Apps for Good (http://appsforgood.org), an award-winning technology education movement where young people in schools learn to create apps that solve problems they care about and change their world.
Dharmesh Shah is the founder and CTO of HubSpot, a venture-backed software company offering a hosted software service for inbound marketing.
Mark will chair the conference.