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Leadership Roundtable: Leadership Challenges

Michael Fitch  |  Veteran Executive Producer/Creative Director, Better Realities, Ltd.

Location: Room 121, North Hall

Format: Roundtable
Track: Business, Marketing & ManagementProduction
Vault Recording: Not Recorded

The Leadership Roundtable is an opportunity for diverse game developers to come together from across the industry and explore concrete leadership practices that can help them and their teams to meet the challenges the future holds. While experienced game developers will have familiarity with leadership tools and problems from their own experiences, this is a unique opportunity to explore how the same situations can be approached by a variety of other people in other contexts. As a roundtable, this will be an open but focused discussion, and participants should come prepared to share their own experiences and solutions as well as helping others problem-solve. Thursday's session will focus on leadership challenges with external partners and distributed teams.


Participants will leave the session with a more robust understanding of leadership practices and a broader toolset that they can apply to future situations.

Intended Audience

This roundtable is for intermediate to advanced developers who have concrete leadership experience in the industry. This is not an appropriate venue for students, those looking to break into the industry, or beginning game developers.