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Advice for planning your startup's virtual team meeting, from the offsite agenda to the team building activities to try.
Dear readers, Building a new growth team is hard. You have to figure out the macro organizational issues – how it fits in with marketing, product, and other functions – as well as the micro, like how…
How humans work together to build software
«everything we’re working on in tech now like lean, kanban, kaizen, agile, etc, are things that car companies have already been working on and proving out for decades.»
Stop hiring the same kinds of people over and over again.
«Safe thinking won’t change the world, but diverse thinking can.»
Having the right team is the x-factor to success. Follow these five methods when building your team.
Think of it as a common language for distributed teams.
Founder of Indiez.io joins us to share the pillars of building a great remote team culture based on his own trials and errors scaling a fully remote team.
Instagram Head of Engineering James Everingham walks us through a different approach to management, drawing on science and machine-building.
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There is a perpetuated myth within design that a single visionary builds great products. Rubbish. Great teams build great products…
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