Great engineering managers are always looking for ways to become really great engineering managers. On one hand, a manager has to keep the skills they learned on the way up as sharp as possible. Otherwise, how can they expect to direct a team with any real credibility?
On the other hand, being a manager brings with it a slew of responsibilities that are considerably broader than those belonging to an individual contributor. After all, managers manage teams. And you won’t learn how to mentor a promising engineer by burying your head in calculus book (although I’m sure a few of you have tried).
Over the last few months we’ve tried to put together content that managers can use to make themselves better. We’re thrilled that so many of our community members who started out by downloading CAD models now manage teams and come to us for advice. So take a look at our first eBook. We wrote it for you.
Every class of technology undergoes an era of innovation and disruption. For PDM systems, we’re in such an era today. Lifecycle Insights' Principal Analyst Chad Jackson put together the perfect buyer's guide to help you weigh your options.