Manage Tech Projects Like a CTO

10 step process to successfully manage technology teams and projects without being technical or learning how to code.

Entrepreneurs who are not deeply technical spend too much money, time, and effort trying to get their ideas turned into software products. Many hire the wrong people, get a product that doesn’t meet what they wanted, miss the market opportunity because their project is taking a lot longer than it should, and worse of all, many get ripped off in the process.  And women entrepreneurs, who are generally non-technical, are affected by this the most.

Join us for a 60-minute webinar, where Nelly Yusupova, CTO with 18 years experience, Startup Tech Advisor, and creator of TechSpeak for Entrepreneurs, will share the exact 10-step process that she uses to manage development teams and projects.

This process will allow you to see the red flags earlier and catch mistakes earlier, which will MINIMIZES the damage of costly mistakes, saving you time and money.

Details.

DATE: November 10th
TIME: 2p ET / 11a PT

About the Expert.

Nelly Yusupova is a CTO, with over 18 years experience, leading companies to technical excellence. She is a start-up tech advisor, outsourced CTO, and the creator of TechSpeak for Entrepreneurs.

Nelly is on a mission to help entrepreneurs minimize technology mistakes and through her online masterclass TechSpeak for Entrepreneurs, she provides the roadmap to successfully manage technology teams and projects.

Just recently included in Fast Company’s, “League of Extraordinary Women”, Nelly has been at the forefront of the women’ s movement online since 1999 and is a Wall Street Journal’s “Woman on the IT Fast Track”.

Nelly is a speaker and presenter for many organizations and major industries events including: Women’s Enterprise Center, NY Entrepreneurs Business Network, Small Business Summit, BlogHer, Social Media Jungle, Mom 2.0, BlogWorld, and has been featured in INC Magazine, NBC Today Show, Fast Company Magazine, NewsDay.com, O’Reilly, SmartMoney, SmallBiz, TechRepublic, Women’s Radio.