Design Teams Management

Skills and seniority assessment

One on one meetings

Let’s write some goals

  • If the lifting is too light, you’re not getting any work done.
  • If it’s too heavy, you won’t be able to make it.
  • Remember the software from the previous example? In this context, that could be a key result
  • It’s measurable
  • It’s time-based
  • It’s relevant
  • It has the potential to show some thought process

Follow-up meetings

  • Discussion

A little help from the Talent team

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I’ve been doing that design thing for about 20 years now. I’m currently based in the beautiful city of Helsinki where I lead the design team at Mirum

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