About the VPE Forum
The VPE Forum is a Peer Group program for Engineering VPs at rapidly growing Boston-area software companies. Small, dedicated groups of executives meet for full-day, intensive dialog in a facilitated confidential, supportive environment to solve member challenges and exchange best practices. Membership is selective, and by invitation only. The program is modeled after leading CEO Peer Groups that until now been unavailable to Engineering VPs.
Our next VPE Forum group is now forming!
We will be launching a new group in April.
If you’re interested in being part of this group, we invite you to attend a 90-minute information session & roundtable on February 26th:
- Learn how the Forum works, and the benefits it provides its members
- Speak with Chris Brookins, SVP Engineering at Acquia, and Hugh Scandrett, VP Engineering at EnerNOC about their experiences in the Forum.
- Participate in a confidential roundtable to get a taste of the VPE Forum experience.
Register now for the Information Session & Roundtable on February 26th
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What our members are saying
“I have spent the morning rallying the troops (including our CEO) around all of the great ideas that I got from you guys yesterday and I am happy to report amazing buy-in and energy. We’re off to ‘take the hill’ Thank you all!”
“For years I had been looking for a group of dynamic peers with whom I could discuss challenges and share best practices; then I found the VPE Forum. After every session, I return to my organization energized and better equipped to deliver amazing products.”
“Thanks everyone for having me ‘on the island’ today! It was a wonderfully stimulating and superbly beneficial experience, and I’m really looking forward to the next event.”
“Joining the VPE Forum is the best decision I’ve made this year”
“Came back with a lot of ideas and invigorated.”
“I’ve been a part of many informal dinner/drinks groups but nothing has even come close to the value that I get at every VPE Forum meeting. … Each session has a packed agenda focused on issues that are top of mind for the group, she pushes us to concrete actions and accountability and fosters an incredibly productive team dynamic for sharing”
“I have 7 new VP Eng friends who I learn from every month, occasionally help, and always participate on email threads about current issues like salary baselines, acquiring companies and integrating their teams and tech, etc. Really useful topics.”