Mass Tech Monday

April 5, 2021
On the Tech Trail: Season 2 Launching April 7th!
Season Two of On the Tech Trail digs deeper into the Boston Brand Problem with a core focus on equity. Can Boston be an incubator for leadership and innovation if some, especially people of color, perceive it as an unwelcoming place? What steps are leaders taking to remain accountable for fixing this persistent problem as we re-imagine the city as a technology hub?
Upcoming Programs
  • Accelerating DEI: Linking Business & Social Impact, May 5th-7th: This case-study focused workshop, featuring Harvard Business School faculty members and industry executives, will provide you with the analytics and tools needed to identify and evaluate DEI strategic opportunities and to develop an action plan that enables you to make the systemic change versus incremental change needed to drive business value and impact, including impact to your bottom-line performance. Learn more and register today.

  • Security Community: Working with Law Enforcement, April 6th: Each year, we feature a special program with a member of our local law enforcement to share insights on the latest cyber issues they are paying attention to and to answer any questions you have on when, how, and why you would need to contact them. Register today.

  • Board-Ready Bootcamp 2021 - Wednesdays, April 7th, 14th, 21st, Now Accepting Applications: 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 for underrepresented leaders. Learn more and apply today.

  • Professional Services Office Hours: Banking & Access to Capital, April 9th: Is your business doing everything it can to protect against fraud scams and ransomware? Find out what your peers are seeing and experiencing and the steps you can take today to avoid being a victim. Register today.

  • CMO Roundtable: How to Bulletproof Your Customer Journey Plan, April 28th: In this CMO Roundtable discussion, we’ll discuss obstacles and pain points, while sharing strategies to grow your organization and better serve your customers. Register today.

  • MassTLC Mingle, April 29th: Join MassTLC staff and other Council members in a low key environment to share about yourself, your company, and your membership objectives. Register today.

  • MassTLC General Counsel’s Virtual Connect, May 11th: A venue for tech GCs to network, give and/or get advice, and talk about issues unique to the tech industry. Register today.

  • MassTLC Security Community: So You Want to Be a CISO, May 20th: What is the exact role of a CISO? And how do you know if this is the right path for you? Whether you are going to be leading an entire organization's security program or a piece of it, this is an important overview of what to expect and where to focus. Register today.
In Case You Missed It
  • The Future is Coming Soon, Get Ready: Interview with Katherine Newman of UMass: Katherine Newman is the University of Massachusetts System Chancellor for Academic Programs, the Senior Vice President for Economic Development and the Torrey Little Professor of Sociology at UMass Amherst. We had the opportunity recently to talk with Professor Newman about her role, UMass’ efforts in fostering applied sciences in the state, the relationship between industry and UMass, and the importance of public universities for economic mobility.
  • Introducing new Security Community series, “Coffee with…”: We are excited to launch Coffee With…, a new series of short videos for our Security Community that features a security lead discussing one or two issues that are impacting them. Our first features GreatHorn CEO Kevin O’Brien asking Kathy Teehan, Senior Program Manager at Chewy, where she is spending time focusing on Chewy’s security program.
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