Remember, ‘It Was Never a Dress’? It’s one of the most memorable Lightning Talks we have had a Business of Software Conference over the years.
Packed with humor, thought provoking ideas and with a powerful message, Tania Katan inspired us to look at something from a different direction.
Tania is coming back…
Tania has made a vocation out of defying convention in order to create a platform for everyone to shine. We’re delighted she will be returning to Business of Software Conference USA (1-3 October), Boston, MA to talk about how you can sneak more imagination into your work and get more done.
After years of smuggling creativity into the corporate sector without getting busted, Tania has learned that we don’t need to be in a job that is distinctly creative in order to be distinctly creative in our job. In fact, no matter how tedious the task, or how buttoned-up the office environment, we can all learn to conjure imagination anywhere, anytime.
How? By choosing to stand out rather than fit in.
Full of hilarious stories, wacky, battle-tested exercises for flexing your creative muscles and PowerPoint slides like “Fire Hierarchy,” and “Transform the Norm,” you will leave this talk with tools and strategies for taking more creative risks, leading with more imagination, facing fears and embracing obstacles as an opportunity to accelerate growth, and the ability to find inspiration where others see only limitations.
You won’t want to miss this.
Formerly the Curator of Performing Arts at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, then the Brand Evangelist for software company, Axosoft, Tania learned the alchemy in merging art with Agile. Katan’s forthcoming book, Creative Trespassing, will be published by Penguin Random House in February, 2019. www.taniakatan.com
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27 - 29 September 2021, Online
BoS Conferences are the events professional CEOs and serious founders attend to learn how to build, run, and scale successful software companies.
First batch of speakers and sessions have been announced. Attendance is limited to 300 spots.