Leadership Paradigms for Remote Agile Development: How To Lead Your Team Remotely
- Length: 175 pages
- Edition: 1
- Language: English
- Publisher: Apress
- Publication Date: 2022-12-24
- ISBN-10: 1484287185
- ISBN-13: 9781484287187
If you are asking yourself Why are my engineers unable to deliver?, Why are so many engineers leaving? or Why is our software riddled with bugs?, then you’ve come to the right place. This book acts as a concise, practical guide on how to lead successful agile projects in a remote environment.
The authors draw from industry experience and a wide range of fields and disciplines–from software engineering to criminology and sociology–to teach you how to maintain technical oversight, manage deadlines, and calibrate expectations, while also creating and maintaining a healthy remote work environment. You will gain both practical tips grounded in reality, while learning why such tips work by navigating the background on which they are founded–from Broken Window Theory, Labeling Theory to the Dunning-Kruger.
Leadership Paradigms for Remote Agile Development will show you how to avoid the most common mistakes and pitfalls that cause engineering projects to fail while at the same time maintaining high ethical standards.
What You’ll Learn
- Manage feedback, reduce bureaucracy, create and adapt processes
- Understand what to look for in new hires
- Carve out a solid road to success for any type of software project
Who This Book Is For
Anyone who is in, or wishes to move into, an IT leadership position, such as senior software engineers, founders, engineering managers, or team/tech leads.