In small but growing software companies, the engineering manager is in the unique position of having to deal with the technical team and other senior managers, while at the same time taking direction from the CEO. Once the company begins to grow, problems that once seemed small can explode into time-consuming crises. qGrowing Softwareq offers critical advice for managing software development teams and the software that they're creating. The book deals with almost everything that a typical manager encounters-from personnel decisions and relations with other departments to project estimates and software release strategies. It provides general advice and specific solutions, as well as detailed templates and spreadsheets to help you put concepts into action. Whether you're new or newly lost, qGrowing Softwareq gives you the rules to follow to make your experience a success.About Solving the Most Painful Problem in Business, by Patrick M. Lencioni ( Jossey-Bass, 2004) Essential Managera#39;s Manual, by Robert Heller and Tim Hindle (DK Adult, 1998) The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable, by Patrickanbsp;...
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