A blueprint for a successful integration of a tech acquisition.
Much is written about how to innovate in tech. Still, it boils down to the simple ability of individuals to focus on and prioritise the right things on a day to day basis, and that other people in other functions prioritise not only the same right things but also at the SAME TIME! This is […]
As software product organisations grow, they can become the victims of their own sales success. Many high-priority customers and features put pressure on the engineering organisation to deliver, but even when using all the traditional ways to prioritise and optimise execution, you feel progress is slow and the overall “delightfulness” of your product is not […]
So, you managed to pull it through. You found your product-market fit (or at least partially), got customers to pay, and secured your funding to expand. Your tight-knit team where everybody knows what everybody is doing will now double and triple in size as you add more people to the team to support your growth. […]
In my last post I introduced a practical approach to engineering leadership and the skills required in any engineering organisation. The post must have struck a nerve as it got a lot of reads, especially on Medium in The Startup magazine where I cross-post some of my blog posts. However, I’m sure people have many […]