How to Manage Poor Work Performance

One of my favorite things about what I do is having the opportunity to lead and manage others. I get to build teams, develop individuals, connect with people one-on-one, and coach them through key moments in their careers. But with the good comes the bad—and as a manager, it’s up to me to seek out… »

9 Elements of Great Engineering Management That Every Manager Can Follow

When you manage a software engineering team and someone tells you that good engineering management don’t exist, it can be more than a little frustrating. In fact, the degree to which engineering management has been debated and deliberated is somewhat surprising. Apparently, there are those who believe our commitments to code can curb our capacities… »

How to Spot Employee Burnout on Your Engineering Team

A new survey shows that stress-induced employee burnout is going to be a big problem for managers in 2017. And when employees get overstressed, all kinds of bad things can happen. They’re more prone to make mistakes, become actively disengaged and even face increased risks of serious health problems ranging from high blood pressure to… »