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Blogs about Management

17 blogs about Management.

  1. Adam Keys is typing
    Developer and engineering manager at large. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Careers are non-linear
    David Hoang, Should managers be technical?: Career development looks more like unlocking attributes for a different subclass in a role-playing game, than picking a distinct class that can never change. It’s not a path. It’s …
    By Adam Keys, 181 words
  2. Adam McKerlie
    Musings of an Engineering Leader. 🇨🇦 More info

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    2023 review of the books I read
    A look into the books I read in 2023, the goals I set and how I did.
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  3. Almad's Changelog
    I share my experiences with technology, startups and getting through life. More info

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    On Reducing Problems to the One AI Thing
    We are now living in the age of OpenAI narrative, and a lot of problems are to be aligned to fit it. What are going to be side-effects of its implementation is going to be …
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  4. Anna Shipman
    I write about tech, leadership and tech leadership. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Learning from a strategy project
    A couple of years ago I worked on a strategic project that was outside my remit. It was an incredible learning experience for me and here is some of what I learned. The problem I …
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  5. Ben Matthews
    Freelance guides, marketing tips and travel tricks. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Inconvenient Mind: paper on the climate mind and the polycrisis
    The Inconvenient Mind paper on the climate mind and the polycrisis, argues that in times of growing uncertainty, fear and anger we need to move away from facts and seriously start listening and engaging with …
    By benrmatthews, 71 words
  6. Erik Bernhardsson
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    Simple sabotage for software
    CIA produced a fantastic book during the peak of World War 2 called Simple Sabotage. It laid out various ways for infiltrators to ruin productivity of a company. Some of the advice is timeless, for …
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  7. GeePawHill.org – Weekly Posts
    Helping Geeks Produce for Over 40 Years. My mission is to help people learn how to embrace change and harvest its value. By GeePaw Hill. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Why Only Change Frames?
    Today I want to answer a question that, honestly, almost no one ever asks. Why are we changing frames, instead of getting rid of them altogether? Talking about change in the geek trades is a …
    By GeePaw, 85 words
  8. Irrational Exuberance
    I’m a writer and a software engineering leader. By Will Larson. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Digital release of Engineering Executive's Primer.
    Quick update on The Engineering Executive’s Primer. The book went to print yesterday, and physical copies will be available in March. Also, as of this moment, you can purchase the digital edition on Amazon, and …
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  9. Jade Rubick - Rubick.com
    Jade Rubick. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Velocity role 4 - the Nowist
    What do the most effective people do to increase the velocity of their teams? There are several roles people take on teams, that make their teams move faster. I describe one of these roles today, …
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  10. Jessitron – blog
    symmathecist, in the medium of code. By Jessica Kerr. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Being the Best
    The other day my partner said, “Thank you. You’re the best.” I thought: Yeah, I’m the best for a lot of people these days. My kids, work, you. When do I get to be my …
    By jessitron, 593 words
  11. Mike Crittenden – Call me Critter
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    Who vs. whom
    If you can replace the word with “he” or “she” then use “who” If you can replace the word with “him” or “her” then use “whom” (Just in case you, like me, somehow made it …
    By Mike Crittenden, 66 words
  12. No Idea Blog
    Posts about things. By Tanya Reilly. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Staff engineer communities
    Chapter 5 of The Staff Engineer’s Path is going to be about leading big projects, the kind that involve a lot of teams, or where the stakes are high, or the path forward is ambiguous–or …
    By Tanya Reilly, 1,074 words
  13. Notes on engineering leadership | Kellan Elliott-McCrea
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    Push and Pull
    A model I return to a lot when talking about engineering processes is Push and Pull. Often when we design a new process or system we struggle to get buy-in. That lack of buy-in can …
    496 words
  14. Org Design for Design Orgs
    By Peter Merholz, Kristin Skinner. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Define your design team—here’s an agenda for creating a charter
    This year, I’ve helped 5 design teams draft their charter. At the outset of this work is a series of 4 2-hour group sessions (it used to be a one-day workshop in a conference room) …
    By peterme, 593 words
  15. Peter Merholz
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    Whither UX Research?
    A few years ago, we interviewed Jen Cardello for Finding Our Way, and she shared that her team (UX Research) is peered with “market research, behavioral economics, brand, and advertising research, and customer loyalty” in …
    By Peter Merholz, 621 words
  16. Tatiana Mac » writing, professional and personal
    Collection of engineering tutorials, insights on management, reflections on the complicated nature of humans, our love, injustice, and everything between. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Enter strawman: Build a tangible form to anchor esoteric discussions
    You ask, "Should I be making a new directory for this feature I'm building?" You expect a return value of: "yes" or "no." You had a 50% chance of guessing the "correct" answer...right? Four hours, …
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  17. TechLeader.pro
    Software engineering leadership. By John Collins. More info

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    Tech Leader Pro podcast 2024 week 7, You are probably in a cult
    If your ideology prohibits you from accepting objective reality, you are probably in a cult.
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