Team Collaboration

software development

T-Shaped Engineer (opens in a new tab)

Especially earlier in your career it's a good to reflect on being a T-Shaped Engineer. Having solid breadth of knowledge and capability across your roles domain and then investing in depth of knowledge for a specialized area or problem space.

Engineering Archetypes (opens in a new tab)

There are different flavours of Software Engineer, especially at the more senior levels and it can be helpful to reflect on the type of engineer you identify with

Ring Theory (opens in a new tab)

Ring theory is a concept or paradigm in psychology that recommends a strategy for dealing with the stress a person may feel when someone they encounter, know or love is undergoing crisis.

Myer-Briggs / 16 Personalities (opens in a new tab)

In personality typology, the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is an introspective self-report questionnaire indicating differing psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. (opens in a new tab)

The Thinkmill Method (opens in a new tab)

We’ve had the privilege to work on an amazing variety of projects over many years, exposing us to many and different kinds of teams and problems. Over time, we’ve developed a method for product development that helps us build compelling software.

Thinkmill are a software consultancy and group of software builders from Australia

Pirate Ship Exercise (opens in a new tab)

an easy but powerful exercise to open a meeting or session and get participants to reflect on their attitudes or feelings about a topic, in an organization, team, or in a project.






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