It was a lot of fun attending Apigee’s “Adapt or Die” event on
September 27 in the heart of San Francisco, and speaking on
the panel “Who
Ubers Who: How to Survive and Thrive in a Digital World of
Mash-Ups, Matchmakers, and Marketplaces.”
Most of you must have seen the amply-broadcast and highlighted
story about a fatal accident involving a Tesla in autopilot mode.
Commentators were quick to blame, chastise, or at least question,
Tesla’s autopilot software. The government watchdog NHTSA
is investigating Tesla.
During her 15 years at Hewlett-Packard, Amy Stroud, an executive with the high-tech giant’s business strategy and development unit, watched as employee engagement sank at the company known as the “godfather of Silicon Valley.”