Tech Leaders Hub #11: Using software engineering principles to create joyful teamwork

Software engineering teams that are unproductive and don’t work well together are a leader's worst nightmare. 

When the team is missing deadlines and you become a single point of failure in the team. 

Wouldn't it be good if your team could work without needing your constant input?

What can you do to get there? You can start by listening to what Adam Craven had to say on this Tech Leaders Hub session about improving teams using software engineering principles.

Adam has spent the last 15 years helping companies like Nokia, McKinsey, and HSBC as a web developer and consultant—but the most exciting chapter of his career is just beginning.

As the creator of, he’s on a mission to improve how engineering teams worldwide get work done. To make it a joyful experience.

Topics we covered: 

  • How habitual behaviour and lack of principles can lead to total communication breakdown
  • How principles can help you make better hiring decisions
  • Examples of principles to consider for your team(s)
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Adam Craven

Creator of

CTO at The London IP Exchange
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