As a leader, it can be tempting to push your team to get the most out of them and to get results. People don’t like like saying no and often just want to be helpful and give it their all. Many people will even offer to do things like take [...]
todayMay 14, 2022
One insight that I’ve found pretty ubiquitous in my career is that engineers hate being made to provide estimates on things. Still, in my role selling consulting engagements and projects, estimates were almost always needed and engineering input has been essential in making them. As an engineering leader, I’ve developed a few “best practices” that I’d like to share here:
These are my personal rules, they come from years of creating estimates at a cloud consulting company and of course other types of companies and product may deviate. Got thoughts of your own? Let me know on this twitter thread.
Written by: Jake
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