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It can be draining to think about what to ask during different meetings, let alone setting goals for your entire team. Leave the heavy lifting to us and use our templates to inspire better meetings and direction for your team.
Use this meeting agenda template as a starting point for your 1:1s. Both people own this meeting and are expected to add content to it.
These three agenda items will fuel your sprint planning. Talk about what wasn’t done, what needs to get done and issues/concerns along the way.
Use this weekly agenda to have productive conversations with your team: check in on goals, collect feedback, share wins, detect red flags and more.
The sailboat retro is a collaborative and fun way to reflect on the sprint with the whole team.
Peer to peer one-on-ones are valuable for cross-departmental teams, feedback and collaboration.
Whether you’re in-person or working asynchronously, these 10-minute pulse checks will keep you and your team on top of your sprint.
7 specifically crafted OKR and Goal examples for Software Engineers. Submitted by and for software engineering managers.
Great people work here and you should meet them all. Reach out to people outside your team to grow your network and hear from the different perspectives from the people that are part of our company.
8 specifically crafted OKR and Goal examples for engineering managers. Submitted by the managers themselves.
To mitigate against irreversible damage to our systems let’s ensure we have accurate and timely backups of critical systems to limit data loss.
Need inspiration setting DevOps goals? Check out the examples below to get started. Including contributions from The Managing Dev and Stack.io.
For us to stay on track and deliver on the product roadmap, it’s imperative that we are consistently delivering on our sprint goals every cycle. Let’s ensure that we’re continuing to improve on our spring goal deliveries.
In this article, we'll walk through how engineering managers can set goals for high-performing teams, including role-specific and professional development examples to help get you started.
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In this article, we review some basics about the Agile method, the Agile meetings you need on your calendar and agenda templates to run them.
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