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Before I became an engineering manager at Amazon, I learned that every manager has a unique style. Finding mine gave my career a new sense of purpose.
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I believed we could start the shift towards becoming an “outcome-focused” team by improving and defining our sprint review process.
People are not resources, whether the job involves putting something on the factory floor or coding things out on the computer.
The shift into engineering management was slow and subtle, but I became more aware of the differences between being a builder and a manager.