Be a great manager
Engineering and product leaders are all too familiar with the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. This document outlines better ways of developing software and helping others do it. Read more about it here: https://hypercontext.com/blog/management-skills/how-to-be-a-great-manager
Execute with high output and quality
Engineering is all about integrity. Integrity consists of quality, timeliness and efficiencies. Let’s focus our efforts on improving the integrity of our system over the next quarter.
Improve your management skills
Great managers keep their team engaged, high performing and retained. Even if you are already a great manager, there's always room for improvement. Let’s make a concerted effort to continue to listen, learn, and grow in our engineering management skills and foster a culture of sharing and actioning on feedback.
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Coach and develop your team
A high performing team starts with a high performing coach. Let’s focus on improving the efficiency of the team this next quarter and identify and team members who should be promoted.
Maintain a healthy backlog of work
As an engineering leader you need to make sure your team is working on the right things for the business and that your team always has something to do.
Build a team of high performing engineers
They say you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. Increase the quality of that average by helping your teammates level up in their skills as engineers and as highly performant individuals.
Ensure the technical excellence of your team
The foundation of a strong engineering team lies within their technical abilities.
Looking for more goals? 🙋♀️
Want to set more engineering goals for your team? Check out over 180 goal and OKRs examples to get inspired.
Let's face it
Effective teams hit goals 🎯
Align your team by setting collaborative goals that you can easily measure, track, and keep top of mind. Become a high-performance team with Hypercontext goals.