How New Managers Fail Individual Contributors

1. Doing all the technical design work yourself

2. Doing all of the project management yourself

3. Neglecting to Give Feedback

4. Hoarding information

5. Focusing Too Much On Your Personal Output

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Author, “The Manager’s Path.” http://amzn.to/2FvjeHH Distributed systems, dysfunctional programming. camilletalk.com, elidedbranches.com

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Camille Fournier

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Author, “The Manager’s Path.” http://amzn.to/2FvjeHH Distributed systems, dysfunctional programming. camilletalk.com, elidedbranches.com

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