Amy Bunszel excels at building high-trust teams and enhancing team collaboration and communication. She understands how to break-down silos so teams can focus on innovating. This includes intentionally building dependencies within different business units so teams can learn from one another, support each other to meet goals, and lean on each other during challenges. As a leader, Amy is a firm believer that operating in your comfort zone all of the time and avoiding change inhibits learning, stretching, and growing. She encourages rising leaders to invest and build relationships with people they trust and can go to for candid feedback or ideas. Candid feedback can feel risky. But, without candid feedback leaders won’t grow and continuously improve. She practices the same with her teams today, by asking for and being open to feedback, so she and her team can continuously improve and build better products for customers.
Executive Vice President for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Design
Amy Bunszel is the Executive Vice President for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Design of Autodesk. Autodesk, Inc. is an American multinational software corporation that makes software products and services for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, education, and entertainment industries. Bunszel has nearly 27 years in the software industry. She began her career in 1995.
Before joining Autodesk, Bunszel was a director of product management at Linius Technologies. Earlier in her career she worked with Viewlogic as an applications engineer.
Bunszel graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with an MS in electrical engineering and from Cornell University with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering.
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