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Innovation Through Disruption and Challenging the Status Quo as a DevOps Leader


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Sponsored by harness

Thursday, November 12, 2020
11 a.m. EDT

Being bold, challenging the status quo and taking risks are traits Dheeraj Khanna, VP of cloud engineering at Tenable, has applied to every leadership role he has taken.

In this webinar, Dheeraj will outline his proven recipe for delivering transformational disruption within the organizations and DevOps teams he has worked. He will draw from his practitioners’ experience and cover topics, such as:

  • His 30, 60, 90 day plan for getting things done
  • Leadership anti-patterns (what not to do)
  • Leadership patterns that has consistently delivered results
  • Orchestrating and Influencing abilities for driving change and disruption to win hearts and minds
  • Ensuring that as a leader you have the vision when to scale up and convince your CXO team to invest money to avoid leading an organization into myopic vision and miss market opportunities
  • COGS and Budget management(not just scale down and optimize but also go in gear 6 when we need to scale up)
  • Truly believing in the greater good of the company and evangelizing that “Whole is always greater than sum of its parts”
  • Key cultural traits for recruiting and growing his teams
  • Top 5 examples of delivering disruption and change at Tenable
Dheeraj Khanna
VP of Cloud Engineering - Tenable

Dheeraj Khanna is VP of cloud engineering at Tenable and previously led DevOps teams at Skyhigh Networks, Oracle, Workday and Google

CMO - Harness
Steve is CI/CD Geek at Harness. Prior to Harness, Steve did Geek stuff at AppDynamics, Moogsoft and Glassdoor. Steve started his career as a Java developer back in 2004 at Sapient. When he's not playing around with tech he's normally watching F1 or researching cars on the web. @BurtonSays

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