Tag: Leadership

Technical Leadership

How Important Is Technical Leadership In Every Company

There’s so much subjectivity in the field that receiving a valid, 100% legit answer, is close to impossible anyway. Even if you hire your brother-in-law as a co-founding CTO, it’s still a subjective perception of the technical landscape. Trust is what you need in this equation. And you better have at least a few reputable…

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Remote Teams

How Remote Teams Work Together

Working remotely is about mutual trust. It’s the same as assessing the security of your home, the reliability of your office job, or the viability of your relationship. If you don’t care, you’ll lose. If you stress over it too much, something seems fishy and you may get burned again. I am a proponent of…

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Startup team

Effective Hiring Tips (For Startups And Growing Teams)

There are fast-paced startups where execution is mission-critical. Then, there are the startups relying on an ongoing and regular business model – think of manufacturing or an ongoing type of activity that could easily take 60–80 hours a week. In other instances, freelancing may be a great model for a lean startup. The beginning phases of…

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Leaders and Responsibility

The Power of Alignment After my WordSesh talk about Code Architecture yesterday, Chris Lema gave a business talk on “The Power of Alignment”. It’s a great talk about the expectations people and business organizations have, and why relationships don’t work out all the time due to miscommunication and false expectations, or misalignment as Chris defines it…

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Choose Your Leaders – Time and Knowledge

The world is built and based on several simple rules and everything else relies on them. One of the main concepts is the leadership – each group has a leader (or few) responsible for managing everything important for a community. The Big Picture On a larger scale this could be the president, the God, the…

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