Introductory bullshit detection for non-technical managers


72 bookmarks. First posted by eoinmurphy june 2017.


You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
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9 weeks ago by andrewc
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
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11 weeks ago by guictx
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august 2017 by versoe
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
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july 2017 by lboulard
Because I need a bullshit detector, I'm glad to read
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july 2017 by topgold
None of the above requires you to understand what your team is doing as well as they do or how they are doing it, technically. But having a rigorous process for understanding why they are doing it, the value, the costs, and evaluating your own confidence level will help you ensure that your team is, in fact, working on the right things.
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july 2017 by soobrosa
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same…
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july 2017 by skinnyj
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
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july 2017 by my-flow
Introductory bullshit detection for non-technical managers
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july 2017 by peba
"You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that means things don’t go well."
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july 2017 by garrettc
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same…
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july 2017 by john_oshea
Nyttig: Guide til hvordan ikke-teknologer bør kommunisere med teknologer i prosjekter for å unngå fiasko
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july 2017 by kongharald
Good article that, by the way, isn't just for non-technical managers. I've seen many technical managers get sidelined working through projects.
july 2017 by thingles
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
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july 2017 by lkovanen
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same…
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july 2017 by jystewart
"Introductory bullshit detection for non-technical managers"
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july 2017 by blueroot
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that means things don’t go well.
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july 2017 by linkt
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
july 2017 by martinbalfanz
decent, I suppose. this is a genre that could use a lot more entries.
management  software 
july 2017 by absfac
But having a rigorous process for understanding why they are doing it, the value, the costs, and evaluating your own confidence level will help you ensure that your team is, in fact, working on the right things.
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july 2017 by nicolashery
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that means things don’t go well.
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june 2017 by xianglifei
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same language” as your team and sometimes that…
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june 2017 by sevas
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june 2017 by laputa
If you’re not 80% done by the time you’ve used 50% of your resources, you are behind. 80% done means you can ship it right now. You may not like it. It may have some rough edges. But it actually works and handles off-script input in an acceptable way. Use this rule rigorously to verify your team is where they expect to be.
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june 2017 by mbrictson
You are a non-technical manager for a team of programmers or other highly skilled domain experts. You sometimes have some difficulties “speaking the same…
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june 2017 by nriley
Introductory detection for non-technical https://t.co/EOqYfWcs96 pic.twitter.com/kXhjhmxMtu

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