When I wrote my first management eBook on Managing Virtual Teams, I assumed a very limited group of people would read it – namely those who I spoke to about it and was already helping. But since it’s February release, it’s sold about 20 copies a month – consistently. Not a best seller, by any stretch, but far more than the number of people I was helping directly. And as the reviews came in, I found that I was having more and more conversations with people not only about virtual teams but about developer management in general.
My New eBook – Herding Cats
The one thing you have to do daily, and get right, all the time
How to align your engineering team with your overall business (and it’s goals/strategies)
The easiest way to collect product feedback rapidly so your projects don’t suck
How to get your engineers to be fantastic presenters
The trap most managers fall into when it comes to estimates
How to develop a consistent approach to keep developers from becoming emotionally attached to their code
The three fears your engineers feel the strongest
How to learn from failure
The one thing holding you back from greatness
How to have healthy conflict
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