Aha Moments

I’m still catching up on posting links where either I or other people had aha moments: TMI’s One-on-Ones discusses a bunch of things about one-on-ones, something Esther and I have been talking about forever (as well as in Behind Closed Doors.) David Carlton explains how he adapted one-on-ones. (For the record, I love it when …

Sightings of BCD, Manage It!, and Hiring the Best…

Tech Republic has the estimation chapter from Manage It!. There’s a great Manage It! review at Book Review: Manage It! Your Guide to Modern, Pragmatic Project Management. Michael Fransen enjoyed Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management. He posted a review. The session he took at Agile 2007 was “Hiring for an Agile Team,” based …

Another Review of Behind Closed Doors

  In addition to writing this blog, I also write Hiring Technical People. And, I’ve met a bunch of great recruiting-type people through that blog. One of them, Jim Durbin, has written a great review of Behind Closed Doors. He calls it “a reference manual for technical managers.”

A Great Review for Behind Closed Doors

  Adam Goucher published his Review of Behind Closed Doors. Adam likes it! Here are the things he particularly likes: the scenario structure of seeing what a great manager does each week; and the techniques that managers (and anyone else) can use to make life easier. Thanks, Adam.