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Anatomy of a great Software Factory: The growing software team

Henk Kok Projects, Software Factory, Training, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

A growing software team can be like a well-oiled machine. With the right culture and processes in place, your team can churn out quality software at an impressive rate. But to create a true “software factory,” you need more than just a team of skilled developers. You also need to engage managers who understand how to participate in the process, QA testers to make sure everything works as it should, and support staff to help with customer service and other tasks. With the right people in place, your software team can become a true force to be reckoned with!

Onboarding Remote Colleagues – Learning From the Best

Sebastián Pérez HR, Insights, Projects Leave a Comment

Onboarding remotely: it is not always a choice anymore due to the current COVID-19 situation. But, especially in these times, onboarding cannot be forgotten or cut back on. In our previous posts, we highlighted the importance of team and personal guidance to make the onboarding process a success. However, the onboarding process also needs to provide insights on how practical …

Onboarding Remote Colleagues – Guiding the New Colleague

Maaike Dokter HR, Insights, Projects Leave a Comment

Congratulations, you have hired a new colleague! Chances are that their first day will be spend from their own home. For many companies, and new colleagues, this will be a completely new and challenging experience. In our previous blogpost, we discussed how difficult it can be to really get to know the team, but it needs to be a top priority …

Onboarding Remote Colleagues – Getting to Know the Team

Maaike Dokter HR, Insights, Projects Leave a Comment

Starting a new job, or hiring a new employee, is always exciting: both parties are motivated to make a great first impression and start the new collaboration. A first day on the job usually implies going to an office building and meeting your new team and colleagues. However, this phenomenon is slightly different in these times where COVID-19 has us …