Teams

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Giving Your Team Slack Does Not Replace Personal Leadership

Recently I’ve been noticing advertisements for Slack, a team collaboration, proposing that it will streamline communications, reduce meetings, improve productivity, … Read More

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Building Skills Through Acquisition

I’ve been blogging about my experiences working with startups on building technical skills and today I wanted to summarize a … Read More

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Importance of Experience with Multiple Tools

The last key skill I want to highlight for technology leadership of a startup or small technology team is the … Read More

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Is A Computer Science Degree Required?

I’ve been focusing these recent posts on how I am applying lessons learned in building software teams at Accenture to … Read More

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Cross Function Teams … Not Always a Good Idea

In software and technology, as well as in business at large, teams are everywhere.  Surveys and pundits report the corporate … Read More

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Communications Technology, Trust and Virtual Teams

In two recent blog posts I’ve been writing about trust and virtual teams  “Trust – Critical Ingredient for Team Success” and … Read More

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Challenges to Building Trust in Virtual Teams

In my last post: “Trust – Critical Ingredient for Team Success” I discussed the importance of trust in teams, and especially virtual … Read More

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Trust – Critical Ingredient for Team Success

A vast majority of our work in software development, support and implementation is done in teams, and there is a … Read More

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How Is Your Team Sharing Knowledge?

In my last two articles I highlighted two aspects of effective teams, namely shared goals (playing the same team sport) … Read More

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What if your “Rock Star” developer is a solo-artist?

Last week I was meeting with an entrepreneur who was pitching an investment in his start-up.  One of the things … Read More