Solutions to the critical challenges faced by rapidly growing companies.

The Wharton Scale School workshop series is your guide as you move beyond initial product-market fit to the creation of a large enterprise of tremendous value.

  • Learn insights from cutting edge Wharton research as well as from experienced leaders who have effectively scaled their organizations.
  • Apply key principles in small group working sessions.
  • Ask questions of the experts about the challenges you face in scaling your own organization.

The next Scale School is June 8, 2017

Beyond the Core:

Becoming a Multi-Product Company

As companies grow, so do the demands–and leaders of the organization may find a need to expand to multiple products and product families to continue meeting growth expectations. As a result, organizations must integrate a broad set of skills among multiple product management professionals. In this session, we discuss how a company might address the challenges of multiple products and product managers.

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Laura Huang
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship–The Wharton School
About Laura

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Amy Errett, WG’88
Co-Founder and CEO–Madison Reed
About Amy

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Ania Smith, WG’02
Head of Business Operations, North America–Airbnb
About Ania

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Dan Springer
CEO–Docusign
About Dan

Who Should Attend?
Founders and leaders who are expanding beyond core product and services and managing the transition to a multi-product company.

DATE Thursday, June 8, 2017
TIME  5:30 to 8:30 pm
VENUE 
Wharton San Francisco
2 Harrison Street, 6th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

AGENDA
5:30pm: Registration & Networking
6:30pm: Presentation
8:30pm: Program Concludes

FEE $25

Hors d’oeuvres and drinks included.

Tickets required in advance. No refunds after June 1.

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The Wharton Scale School workshop series offers solutions to critical challenges faced by rapidly growing companies. Scale School is your guide as you move beyond initial product-market fit to the creation of a large enterprise of tremendous value.