Mass Tech Monday

July 12, 2021
Upcoming Programs
  • The Uneven Workforce: Innovative Strategies to Thrive, July 28th: MassTLC's Professional Women's Community will host a discussion exploring the impact of the past year on working parents and caregivers. The conversation will explore why it is essential to prioritize strategies and policies that empower hybrid workers to succeed in environments where they are not in-person 100% of the time.

  • CHRO: Reinvigorating Your Culture in a Realigned Work Environment, September 28th: This MassTLC members only roundtable discussion is for CHROs/SVPs of Talent. The workplace is shifting again and CHROs are facing another set of hurdles related to keeping employees engaged and driving performance. What steps should you be taking to preserve your culture and strengthen DEI despite continued disruption? How are your peers responding to these challenges?
Applications Now Open
  • As featured in the Boston Globe, the award-winning Board-Ready Bootcamp is designed to improve the quality of board governance and composition at tech companies by providing a high-impact curriculum on board fundamentals, strategy, and governance. Given the lack of diversity in the tech boardroom, the bootcamp is focused on preparing underrepresented tech leaders, including Black, Latinx, Indigenous, LGBTQIA+, people with disabilities, and women tech executives.
In Case You Missed It
  • Where do you go to fill your pipeline post-pandemic? The MassTLC Talent community met with a panel of professionals to discuss what trends are shaping the new workforce. They explored whether virtual recruiting is here to stay and how recruiters are leading the transition to remote work for their tech organizations.

  • So You Want to be a CISO. The Security Community was joined by Leslie Nielsen, CISO of Nuance Communications, and Karen Rollins, BISO of SAP Success Factors, who talk about the differences and similarities, and their pathways to get where they are today.
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