Leaders explored ways to improve business value, leadership skills and achieving SMB success.
Building a high-performing team takes leadership skills, insight, and effort — but the pay-off in product quality, on-time delivery, and employee satisfaction can be great.
Ensure, as your business grows, that you don’t build roadblocks that get in the way of input from employees and effective collaboration.
Epson America, Inc a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, today announced that RSPA, the association connecting the retail technology industry, has named Linda Sudderth, Epson’s North American sales manager of OEM, VAR and ISV channel partnership, as winner of the prestigious W2W, Women to Women,...
Browse this list of books on topics including measuring objective key results (OKRs), the debate between being a specialist vs. a generalist, and how to keep your focus on your customers.
Use these best practices to get you up and running with a cohesive, effective, and scalable team — where ever team members are located.
SmartBear’s 6th Annual State of Code Review survey found that code review not only improves software quality, it can help your team learn and facilitate mentorship of new employees.
High-performing teams take more than talented individuals — they take vision, planning, and management that helps them excel.
Assemble a team that works toward business goals and shares your vision for the future, and create a culture that helps develop internal talent.
Education and mentorship can make an impact on career choices that can increase the number of women with successful careers in IT.
What are other ISVs reading? Here are six worthwhile business book recommendations from other ISVs on topics that range from rapid growth to customer loyalty.
Ownership Thinking by Brad Hams has helped many software developer businesses improve accountability and profitability.
Leadership advice that will help you develop a profitable business and a skilled team isn’t all that different from the innovation, continuous improvement, and drive necessary to be a successful software developer.
Leaders aren’t born — especially people who are adept at leading a team through software development processes. Here’s advice on how to develop your skills as an ISV leader and build a team that fuels business growth.