Thanks for this Amanda Woo. As an African radiologist venturing into data science and machine learning I think this is a a great article to get me started. With the goal of leveraging AI for radiology services in developing countries, this is a good stepping stone. Looking forward to more articles.
At Resurge Enterprise, we have found that the best way to build trust with your team members is to create professional relationships first, then build personal ones. Your team members will respect you and also feel that they can come to you as a friend.
Our team is strongly based on trust. We’re fully remote, so if we didn’t trust each other with the very basic things, nothing would work out. And the golden rule to remember is that not only do you have to trust others, you also need to work hard to earn their trust. An attitude like “maybe I skip that one task and nobody will notice” doesn’t work. When people trust you, don’t fail them.
If the craft of Product Management is often mired in ambiguity, managing product managers is ambiguity².
When you start managing PMs for the first time, you are forced up a steeper managerial learning curve than in other functions…
Absolutely. The evolutionary highway that resulted in this line of decision making was necessary back in our tribal days, but the world has now changed — we’re not faced with sabretooth tigers or neanderthals anymore (where a second too late meant death). We can usually afford to take a small moment and consciously work out a problem. Thanks for the article!