Why the right change often feels wrong

Why the right change often feels wrong

✉️ November 30, 2017
Why the right change often feels wrong, Running in circles, Signs your organization is “siloed”, 2018’s software engineering talent shortage.

Who should own your team’s skill debt?

Who should own your team’s skill debt?

✉️ November 9, 2017
Who should own your team’s skill debt?, Working on the right thing, The foundation of the ‘Innovation Machine’, Turning around employee turnover.

Driving technical initiatives

Driving technical initiatives

✉️ November 2, 2017
Driving technical initiatives, Engineering auditions, 3 frameworks for managing deadlines, Managing more experienced people.

How effective engineers ask for help

How effective engineers ask for help

✉️ October 26, 2017
Counterintuitive strategies to succeed as a manager, Unlocking better tech specs, How effective engineers ask for help, A case for not having side projects.

Why software projects spiral out of control

Why software projects spiral out of control

✉️ October 5, 2017
20 reasons your top performers quit, Why software projects spiral out of control, The curious transition to becoming an engineering manager, Scaling without imploding.

One question to stop asking your team

One question to stop asking your team

✉️ September 28, 2017
One question to stop asking your team, How do you set metrics?, Ten principles for growth as an engineer, Understanding accountability.

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