- The Power of Product Thinking
- The Growing Specialization of Product Management
- The Principles of Quantum Team Management
- All the best engineering advice I stole from non-technical people
- An Engineering Manager's Bill of Rights (and Responsibilities)
In the tech world, the Design, Engineering, Marketing, and Sales functions have each had specialities for years. But, Product Management has not yet defined specialities . This leads people to think a…
Featured guest author: Erica Louie! Making a case for OKRs and the importance of Team KPIs.
Gather all of the authority, none of the accountability
«Going back to Drucker, a manager’s job is to prepare people to perform, and to give them freedom to do so.»
In many design, product management, engineering, or even venture capital interviews and pitches, you’ll be assessed on a dimension called “product thinking,” sometimes also called “product sense.” If…
«The simplest way to define product thinking is that it is the skill of knowing what makes a product useful — and loved — by people»
Welcome to engineering management. It’s fun, it’s exhausting, it’s rewarding — but most importantly it’s new! What worked for you before won’t work now. You’ll have to acquire a new set of skills, and…
«You can’t lead a cavalry charge if you think you look funny on a horse.»
Instagram Head of Engineering James Everingham walks us through a different approach to management, drawing on science and machine-building.
Design, Engineering, and Marketing have specialities, but Product has not yet defined theirs. We talk about problems that arise when we assume all Product Managers are created equal, different types…
The engineering manager's bill of rights: Here are the commitments we make to our EMs at Honeycomb—and some of our expectations.
As I focus on becoming a better manager of engineers, I have been reflecting more and more on the advice that produced a 10X boost in my…
In this post, we will share our approach to building out KPI trees for our platform engineering teams at Wise (formerly TransferWise)
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