Talking Business During Crisis- Dane Glasgow, Vice President Google, in conversation with Enterprise Professor Hugh Williams
In Webinar 2 in the series, US-based Google Vice President Dane Glasgow joined Professor Hugh Williams in conversation to discuss his career, perspectives on technology and venture investing in the US, how companies are coping with the COVID-19 crisis, and how it has changed his working life.
In what was a wide ranging conversation on startups, corporate life, and the Silicon Valley, we heard stories and advice from a seasoned technology executive and serial entrepreneur. We also heard about Dane's passion for philanthropic work, and his views on what lies beyond the COVID-19 lockdown.
About this series:
COVID-19 has changed the global business landscape
No organisation has been untouched by the impact of the coronavirus. While some organisations are fighting for survival, others are beginning to look beyond the near term to a future that is more uncertain than ever before. Redundancies and pay cuts are widespread, and government stimuli are propping up economies like never before.
Melbourne Business School’s “Talking Business During Crisis” webinar series will explored evidence-based perspectives on how to navigate crises and real examples of how organisations around the world are responding.
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'This webinar will not be recorded'
About our speakers
Hugh joined MBS from Google, where he was a Vice President and led Google Maps' worldwide product and engineering teams.He has also held technical executive roles at eBay, Microsoft, Tinder, and Pivotal. Prior to his move to the US, he was the Associate Professor in Information Retrieval at RMIT University and CEO of his own start-up.
VICE PRESIDENT GOOGLE
Dane Glasgow is a Silicon Valley based serial entrepreneur and senior technology executive who has built successful businesses across entertainment, communications, search, finance, and commerce. Today, he is a Vice President at Google, where he runs the product management teams across Google's Local and Maps products worldwide.