Over the last few years I’ve been lucky enough to help build, grow and scale a team in Wroclaw, Poland. It’s been a highlight of my career and one I shall always remember.
Poland is one of the many growing and rapidly expanding countries where the tech industry is investing heavily and the local industry is booming. Here are 5 reasons to build a development team in Poland. […]
If you’re building a remote team it’s super crucial to treat them the same as you would your local team – and this often means making big changes to yourself and how you work. Remote teams need more active communications and can often feel disconnected from the main office. Here are 10 Ideas for managing people who work remotely.
The year is 1996. Britpop is all the rage. The weather is hot. Really hot. One of the hottest summers in British history and I’m sat in a baking hot basement canteen on my lunch break. I work part-time in my local supermarket. Today, the hottest day of the year, I am at work.
Some people aren’t natural sharers…..of information that is. And in the business world this lack of sharing of information and knowledge can have a profound effect.
People often don’t share for nothing other than they just don’t think about it, or see the point in it. It’s not usually them being malicious. It’s not for personal gain. It’s not for trading. It’s simply because most people don’t realise the value of sharing. They aren’t natural sharers. […]
There are opportunities to learn and grow everywhere for managers. In every interaction, every meeting, every plan, every bit of feedback, from wins, from losses, from hiring, from strategy. You get it. Everywhere.
We often just need to look out for these opportunities. That’s the hard part. But once you do start noticing your world more you’ll start collecting notes, observations and insights. They’ll start arriving a rapid rate simply from observing. […]