It takes more than foosball tables to build a winning culture. Here are four ways to foster strong culture by creating the right environment. You’ve just hired a new junior engineer, and of course want them to be as successful as possible as quickly as possible.
You’ve just hired a new junior engineer, and of course, want them to be as successful as possible as quickly as possible.
To get this done, create the right environment for them. This is 100% the most important activity you can be doing. It may seem obvious, but no one showing up on day one or day 1000 will be able to deliver efficiently or effectively in the wrong environment.
What this means specifically:
Starting out expecting that someone will just go from where they are to where _**_you_ want them to be_ is fools errand. They will _go from where they are to where _they**_ want to be_. You’re goal is to understand and utilize that for mutual benefit.
The first part of this is culture/environment the developer is in. Create only technology and processes that are obvious. When a process exists to solve a more difficult problem, solve that problem. You can easily recognize these when you hear words like This is what we have always done, or _We need to do this because X,Y,Z on the other side of the building/business needs it._When you have requirements that are not self-evident it requires esoteric knowledge to execute “effectively”. Those are exactly the things that “experience” and “domain knowledge” help with. So instead eliminate the need for domain knowledge and experience. Limit your long conversations. Ask the 5 Whys of analysis, and make every one of those answers obvious.
If the answers are *No, *then make it simpler.
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