Startup Culture. More on One on Ones. Radical Candor. TPL Issue #74.

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Tech People Leadership

October 15 · Issue #74 · View online
Links, notes and opinions for leaders in the tech industry.

Thanks to those who liked the Tech People Leadership Facebook Page!  A bunch more likes and I’ll consider making and sending out a tee shirt (yes, it’s that important :-)

Startup Culture
The Guard – Rands in Repose
We Don't Do That Here
One on Ones
Yes, I keep returning to one on ones.  Because it’s the highest-value tool you have as a manager to build great relationships with your team.  Herewith, some useful stuff…
Note Taking During One on Ones
Benefitting From Skip-Level One-On-Ones | Learning by Shipping
Ultimate List of 1:1 Questions for Managers - Google Sheets
Software Methodologies
A couple of articles reflecting my overall of view on Dev Methodologies - that a) they are poor attempts to model reality b) the key issue is how good the human relationships are inside the team and c) we should keep trying to make Dev Methodologies better anyway.
My 20-Year Experience of Software Development Methodologies | zwischenzugs
Typical Programmer: Why Don't Software Methodologies Work?
Radical Candor/Giving Feedback
How to Dump Someone the Humane Way - the Washington Post
”HR Debt” Is The Cost of Putting Off Hard Conversations. Radical Candor is a Solution.
Coolness
Inside X, Google’s Moonshot Factory - The Atlantic
Quotes (roughly about Radical Candor)
Only in the freedom of our speaking with one another does the world, as that about which we speak, emerge in its objectivity and visibility from all sides”
          Hanne Arendt 
“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle”
          Plato (yes, I’ve posted this before)
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