Announcing GitPrime’s Series A, led by OpenView partners. Here’s a special thanks to everyone who has helped us reach this milestone.
How to set the tone for the cadence and culture of your team – even before your newest recruits have stepped on board.
The transition from managing individual contributors to managing managers is not as simple as it seems. Here’s why, and how to navigate that transition.
An alternative approach to ensuring interpersonal connection – and individual health – in a globally distributed team.
How engineering leadership roles have evolved – from managers to VPEs and CTOs – and how these roles interact with their teams today.
Every team has elephants – the only difference is that some are able to coax them out of the room. Here’s how to approach the most complex and uncomfortable issues.
One-on-one meetings are the cornerstone of your leadership practice. Here’s a framework (and a downloadable checklist) for focused and productive 1:1s.
“You’re moving from the manager owning delivery to the team owning delivery.” Here’s how agile transforms the roles that engineering managers play.
Being entirely forward-focused isn’t actually the best approach to running software teams. Here’s why your codebase history is a valuable leadership tool.
“Underpromise, overdeliver” has become something of a mantra when it comes to delighting customers. But when we adopt this mindset with our colleagues, it becomes something else entirely.
Engineering organizations have focused exclusively on the work product (what has been built) while ignoring the work process (how we did building it) – until now.
The myth of “healthy tension,” and a more holistic approach to handling the conflict that will inevitably arise in your team.
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