Four crucial steps to successful onboarding

Is your company staffing up? Then it's time to review your onboarding process. The introduction is an excellent opportunity to convey a good impression of your business, so ensure you make the best of it.

Are you cutting costs or creating bottlenecks?

Almost all handovers between people in different roles, teams or functions are prone to become bottlenecks. And the worst offenders are usually situations when the team is dependant upon a centralized group of people in the company.

How to bridge the gap between Maker's and Manager's Schedule in four steps

Meetings, in general, can be a real productivity killer for developers, especially when they are scheduled in the late morning or mid-afternoon.

Thinking in writing

If you want to be truly productive you must be able to focus 100% on what you are doing. If the task at hand is perceived as fun and/or interesting, that shouldn't be too hard; you will probably just do it. But what about things you don't feel like doing? And productivity aside - are you really focusing on the right things?

Why your team should keep a development journal

Keeping a development journal is a great way of making sure that we continuously capture the rationale behind the decisions we make, which can be of tremendous help further down the road when we encounter some seemingly suboptimal construct.

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