Kunal Anand has an interesting background for a CTO. Despite majoring in business, Kunal got his start at JPL (an offshoot of NASA). From there he worked at Myspace and the BBC. His experiences at each of these companies taught him invaluable lessons that led to him founding his own company which was acquired by Imperva where he currently serves as CTO.
Peter talked to Kunal about his diverse resume and then pivoted to an insightful conversation on the future of work. Kunal offers invaluable tips on how he is currently setting the tone for his employees by scheduling in mental health breaks and prioritizing flexibility. Check out the episode to get a clearer picture on what work will look like in the next ten years.
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