Mitchell Baker, CEO of Mozilla, talks about how Firefox played a significant role in changing the consumer side of the Internet. She describes how Mozilla is a key contributor in moving the Internet towards a more complete space. She also explains how the Mozilla project made the Internet serve as a platform for application development.
Baker talks about her different roles at Mozilla, beginning with a position as a lawyer writing a public license that governs the Mozilla project. She describes her progress to a General Manager, board member and finally the CEO of the Mozilla Corporation.
Mitchell Baker, CEO of Mozilla, describes the richness in decision-making authority that one is endowed with while working in a community-based organization like Mozilla. She talks about the freedom that one gets while working in such a setting, starting from picking the team to the end goal. She also explains how Mozilla tries to incentivize people by articulating their vision.