How to run a quarterly product strategy meeting

Feb 8, 2018 | Newsletter

Engineering Impact is a weekly newsletter that highlights trends in engineering leadership, productivity, culture, and scaling development teams. 

This week features posts on: Product, Leadership, Communication, and Code Review.

 

VP/CPO at Netflix/Chegg on a step-by-step process for executing a quarterly product strategy meeting

PRODUCT

How to run a quarterly product strategy meeting

Gibson Biddle, former VP/CPO at Netflix/Chegg, shares his step-by-step process for executing a quarterly product strategy meeting, and demonstrates how it enables good, fast, and focused decision making.

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engineering leadership coach and consultant at wherewithall on honing the craft of management

LEADERSHIP

6 lessons from Lara Hogan on humanizing management

Lara Hogan, engineering leadership coach and consultant at Wherewithall, has dedicated her career to growing leadership in tech. Here are 6 lessons she’s learned about honing the craft of management.

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engineering and product VP at Facebook on how to get the feedback that matters

COMMUNICATION

Awkward 1:1s: The art of getting honest feedback

Mark Rabkin, Engineering and Product VP at Facebook, with practical advice to make it easy for your direct reports to give you the feedback that matters.

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code review best practices and bad habits

CODE REVIEW

Unlearning toxic behaviors in code review culture

Sandya Sankarram, Software Engineer at SurveyMonkey, compiles a list of unhelpful and helpful behaviors people display during code reviews.

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Ben Thompson

Ben Thompson

Ben Thompson is a co-founder at GitPrime where he leads design and customer experience. He is a Y Combinator alumni, with a background in product design, branding, and UX design. Follow @thebent on Twitter.

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