Work Is Work | codahale.comcodahale.com//work-is-work/
In which returns diminish.
Good Managers Write Good | Stay SaaSystaysaasy.com/management/2022/07/10/Writing-Management.html
In my time observing managers, one observation seems to repeat again and again: good managers write well, and bad managers write poorly. In fact, the best managers I’ve ever had were not just good writers, they were terrific. And the worst managers I’ve ever had were not just bad writers, they were uncommonly shoddy.
The Managers Handbook – The Manager's Handbookthemanagershandbook.com/
This handbook represents the best of our collective knowledge on management and serves as the foundation of our internal training program here at Clearbit.
Hard to work with. | Irrational Exuberancelethain.com/hard-to-work-with/
Managing teams has taught me a lot about my own behaviors and motivations. For example, I overworked for a long time. This left me continually teetering on the brink of burnout, and I had no energy left to absorb the typical sorts of organizational changes that happen at any company. Despite doing good work, I handled change poorly, and I picked up the reputation for being difficult to manage. I’d like to say that I learned from my mistakes directly, but the honest version is that I ...
If Your Boss Could Do Your Job, You’re More Likely to Be Happy at Workhbr.org/2016/12/if-your-boss-could-do-your-job-youre-more-likely-to-be-happy-at-work
Technical competence matters for managers.
If Management Isn’t A Promotion, Then Engineering Isn’t A Demotion – charity.wtfcharity.wtf/2020/09/06/if-management-isnt-a-promotion-then-engineering-isnt-a-demotion/
“Management is not a promotion, it’s a change of career.”
Why can't they just...? | Lara Hoganlarahogan.me/blog/why-cant-they-just/
Stealing a page out of other leaders’ books, I began writing a “Week in Review” post every two weeks or so at Etsy, with a link open to anyone internally, and a distribution list of the people in my organization. I used it as a reflection on themes that were coming up in weekly one-on-ones, backchannels, team meetings, etc.