In traditional organisations, people leads are often made accountable for happy and striving employees. So what do you do when you don’t have hierarchies? In short, self-leadership and supportive people (peers, buddies, and coaches) are the way to go.
Teams can have dysfunctional behaviours while everything looks good on first sight and there seems to be harmony. Here are 5 signs that there might be an issue that hinders the team to excel.
Unlock the potential of your developer team with remote work! Discover the key benefits of working from home, including increased productivity, better work-life balance, and improved collaboration. Learn how remote work can help your team work more efficiently and effectively, and create a more flexible, fulfilling work environment. Read on to learn more!
Investing in developer experience leads to improved productivity, better engineering practices, and increased stakeholder satisfaction. Positive developer experience starts with providing access to technology and tools, fostering collaboration, and streamlining workflows. Create a comfortable work environment, offer training opportunities, and invest in your team’s growth to achieve a motivated and productive development team.
Developer productivity is a crucial topic for high-performing software organizations. It becomes even more important when times get tough and the budgets are small.
Mapping the architecture of the system that you are building in your company, is a worthwhile activity. With a bit of preparation you can run successful architecture workshops in a remote setup.
Is not to deploy on Fridays really that wise advice, that it used to be in the past? I would say “No”!
Long backlogs do not give you the overview and clarity you hope for. Instead they lead to false hopes and set you up for disappointment and wasted time.
Are you interested in creating high-performing teams and organizations without carrots-and-sticks leadership? Subscribe and get inspiration directly to your inbox.