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how_can_the_development_manager_be_effective [2018/03/21 14:54]
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Hans Samios [How Can the Development Manager Be Effective?] Added feedback loop
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   * Attend (spot) ceremonies - demonstrations,​ planning, dailies, etc and team retrospectives (by invitation.)   * Attend (spot) ceremonies - demonstrations,​ planning, dailies, etc and team retrospectives (by invitation.)
   * Setup / make available training. This could be for a particular individual, or as a result of a need that the train has for common knowledge say in the IP iteration.   * Setup / make available training. This could be for a particular individual, or as a result of a need that the train has for common knowledge say in the IP iteration.
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 +In the end, this is about proactively setting up feedback loops. As a Development Manager you cannot be everywhere all the time. Like anything else that is capacity limited, this means you have to prioritize your work to "what is important"​. To be comfortable with this approach you have to be trust that when something important arises, you will be notified in time to be able to work the issue. This means there is a continuous flow of feedback.
  
 Note that responsibility for career development,​ ranking etc. is not just something Development Managers have to do. Like most commitments,​ there is a two-way commitment between the Development Manager and the person being supervised: Note that responsibility for career development,​ ranking etc. is not just something Development Managers have to do. Like most commitments,​ there is a two-way commitment between the Development Manager and the person being supervised:
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