We often fail to look beyond our intuitive notions of ‘scaling’. So before you start hiring more people, consider these common ‘traps’.
Everything you need to know about the experience of self-forming teams, and a workbook to help you get started.
We equate ‘speed’ to being busy, frantic meetings, and the flurry at the end of each sprint. But real ‘speed’ looks far different.
Over the last couple decades, our industry has seen a lot of changes in how we run engineering teams. Here’s a brief overview, and a look at what’s next.
Customers expect performance, stability, and intuitive design. It can be easy to forget that there’s an ecosystem of parts underneath the hood, making it all “work”.
Three real-world examples that illustrate the difficulties of managing a software team without data.
Our 5 favorite episodes from StartupCTO, a podcast for engineering leaders.
Scale your problem management process and make your clients happy along the way: How Medidata does it.
Top-down management doesn’t work in an agile environment. Here’s how to redefine mentorship in your organization.
When your engineering team talks about technical debt, listen like you would to the finance team talking about financial debt.
How to identify, respond, and prevent spikes in code churn (before it’s too late).
An overview of “Slack” — an essential read for engineering leaders.
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