By contrast, great leaders welcome divergent thinking and encourage respectful dissent. The decision-making process looks uglier on the surface and may take longer, but the results are better. The more objections raised and alternatives offered, the more leaders can be confident they’re making a well-informed choice. It’s also easier to get dissenters to “disagree, but commit” (to steal a phrase from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos) when their ideas were heard and considered before the decision was made.
…omputing that focuses on applying structured engineering principles to the development of software. The goal of a Software Engineer is to ensure the software under development is a high-quality, maintainable, and robust system. Moreover, a software engineer needs to ensure the system is developed within the agreed budget and time. A Software Engineer focuses on aspects such as software architecture, software internal quality, requirements engineering, and project management.