Padmasree Warrior Curated
Founder, CEO and President of Fable Group
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Do we have to work for perfection?
NIO is a very new company.How is it possible for NIO to develop cars with amazing features in such a short time?
There are still many legal,ethical issues with autonomous cars.How can those problem be solved?How do you want to solve them?
Why do you promote people to buy a car instead of car sharing?
Do you agree with the argument that the carbon footprint of electrical vehicles are high?
How does the electric car business can be profitable as well as affordable for the customers at the same time?
What are the advantages you see over electric vehicles competing the alternatives?
What does big giants in car industry has to change in order to stay competitive?
What was the vision when you met William Li?
Do you think technology influenced you growing up?
Would you like to be student again?
What is different about going from a big company to an entrepreneurial environment?
What made you pick Niso as your next step?
What changes and benefits do you see coming from driverless cars?
Where do you focus when there are so many details to consider?
Can you tell us who you are and what your story is?
Do you think more women are into technology nowadays?
Do you think you are one of the most powerful women on earth?
What is most important technology device for you?
You are very famous for your digital detoxes.Tell us about those.
What is your advice to young entrepreneurs?
How do you maintain work life balance?
From where do you derive your strength?
What is one of the key challenge that you see women face in the workforce?
What is one of the biggest lesson that you have learned?
What can be done?What should be done?
What can be done?What should be done?
Education and healthcare are two sectors that no one is talking about putting doctors and teachers out of business using robotics.Why is technology not making great moments in this field?
What did you mean by the phrase that "what meant being a human or machine will be blur in the future"?
Entrepreneurs think the main job to do is attracting excellent people to the workforce.What is your stand on the diversity issues in companies?
Do you think Silicon Valley is an American thing?Do you agree with the cliche notion that Silicon Valley can only be American?
Is our future depend on great people like you or is it much dense?
When you joined Cisco,Did you already know where you are going then?
Are human beings necessary in the future?
Your son learned Creative writing.How does he feel about this world of injesting sensors?
Is "Internet of everything" the future?
You have been listed as one of the powerful women in the world by Forbes.Will you be sad if they remove you from the list?
How in your opinion 21st century entrepreneurs make progress?
What is the biggest career mistake that young people do?
What is your advice to people starting their career?
What is the biggest career mistakes that you have done?
What tactical advice would you give for companies to make sure that they sustain?
Did you feel like you have to behave like a man sometimes to continue in the field?
You have been an engineer in the late 1980s.You have been in the Silicon Valley for a while.Has anything changed being a women engineer?
Did you come to silicon valley for Cisco?
How did you changed the decision from studying in US to working in Motorola?
What tactical advice do you have for the founders in terms of their first 50 hires?
In car industry,even though most of the cars are purchased by men the buying decision is taken by women.How do you bring this in the product design?
Can you tell us why you choose Chief Executive Officer position at NIO at last?
What does it mean to give back?
What is your secret for balancing personal life and business life?
What has been your secret of success?
You talked about being almost a role model.Is that the right term for it as far as being a women in tech?
How do you see the auto industry different?
When will be the time of self driving cars?
NextEV has a big challenge ahead,many giants like Google and Uber are trying to get into the market.How will NextEV standout?
What do you think was your defining legacy in Motorola?
What was it like when transitioning into the workforce?
Did you came to US for further studies?
What was it like being a young girl interested in studying in India those days?
You grew up in southern India,Tell us about your upbringing?
What attracted you towards William Li to take this job?
You are in the list of most powerful women in the world,When you left Cisco,What all things you have done?How you ended up with NextEV?
Is NextEv's mission to launch super car first in China and then in United states?
What can be better about the model S?
Do you think about Elon? Do you follow him? Does it make you want to raise your game?
What is it like being a first time CEO when your competitor is Elon Musk?
What is it like being a CEO?
How do you expect to out recruit engineers for NextEv?
Why should engineers come and work for you?
Do you plan to deploy just like the Tesla model and instead of going through dealers to right to the consumers?
Did your personal experiences influence you in any way in joining up in electric vehicle company?
How committed are you to bringing it suitable and how soon will we see that?
How do you manage to perform many roles together?
Did you ever considered a position in Twitter?
Why do you think NextEv hired you?
Do you think there is a demand for tools and applications in platforms that enable inter company collaborations?
Do you think apps are here to stay forever?Do you think there will be a browser equivalent technology which unifies the experience across apps?
Did you ever have an identity crisis about being a geek girl?Is that the heart of why women are not taking to computer science even though it is lucrative?
In what ways do you see "Internet of things" panning out as far as Indian market is concerned?
Cisco's focus has changed to video solutions in the IT service.Can you talk about Indian market in terms of traction in that department?
Are you optimistic about Indian growth?
What have you done in the company to make sure that you have build your own culture?
What is your assessment about the state of women in Silicon Valley today?
Is it fair to ask you how you have balanced work and family life?
Did you ever feel like you were treated unfairly?
Did you ever feel like you need to act more like a man in order to become successful?
Did you ever feel you didn't get much mentoring back when you were young?
What was it like to be a female engineer in 1984?
Can you predict what will be the next big changes that are going to happen?
Can you tell us how far we have come in terms of technology?