How to prepare for a new job and do your best

January is one of the busiest months in hiring due to fact that people are more candid to make such hard decision as leaving their current job. No matter if you are changing a job, moving to a new role inside your organization or restructuring current duties with your boss, you should take your time and think about what does it mean and how to manage it best. I recently changed a job, a role and a place to live...

Keep your business close to your employees

Everyone knows that keeping your people informed about how they impact the company with their work is a significant motivator. We hire people to help us build value for all stakeholders. However, most of the time the stakeholder we are referring to, is a customer. Talking about shareholders goals, the company revenue, costs, and profits, keeps the real business close to your employees. The most common and still the most important way to talk about the value your product creates...

Growth of the company is your growth

It may be common among engineers to hear that the company is growing too fast. You may be familiar with such opinions. “All the leaders are talking about, is growth”. “It is not the same old company as it was before”. Due to growth, “we will become a massive corporation that nobody wants to be”. How should you think about growth as an engineer? The truth is that growth changes companies and everyone should accept that. One day you will...