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Episode 8  |  46:08 min

Many Paths To Success

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Episode 8  |  46:08 min  |  01.15.2021

Many Paths To Success

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This is a podcast episode titled, Many Paths To Success. The summary for this episode is: <p><a href="linkedin.com/in/weswinham" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Wes Winham</a> joins us to share his journey to building <a href="woventeams.com" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Woven</a>, a powerful hiring assessment product. He explains how his own painful hiring experience led to the creation of Woven and describes his team's experience as they grew the product and company. </p><p>Wes reflects on lessons learned and the discipline it took to stick to a no-code approach to building the product. His non-traditional approach to growing a startup, hiring, and working with investors give Wes a unique perspective to share.</p><p>You can find more information about this podcast at <a href="sep.com/podcast" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">sep.com/podcast</a> and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for listening!</p>
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Raman Ohri
Guest Host & CEO and President at SEP
Raman has spent his career at SEP, starting as an engineer out of Rose-Hulman. He is now CEO and President. Raman leads SEP in building exceptional software products and stronger teams by collaboratively identifying the right product to build, executing the project, and leveling up our clients' teams' software practices.
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Wes Winham
Founder/CEO at Woven
Wes has spent his career learning by trying and has found a unique path to building a great team and product at Woven. He believes it takes an effective team to make a positive dent in the universe. But building great software teams is a challenge. He works with engineering leaders to create hiring systems that build effective teams. Wes says, "I came by my learning the honest way (by screwing up). Now, I get to focus all my energy helping others with this wicked-hard problem."
Wes's LinkedIn