Friday 10th Feb4:30 PM
I'm Michael Marano and am currenlty Technical Director, Office of the CTO at Google working with large and complex companies on cloud adoption. Prior to Google, I was VP of Engineering at Kabam. I've managed engineers for about 10 years, done consulting, run distributed teams, built products and teams from scratch, run engineering, product, and operations. Building great products is a social endeavor.
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Michael Marano is the technical director in the office of the CTO at Google. He offers two alternatives to the inevitable absence of thorough feedback that comes as a manger begins to relinquish control over the day to day responsibilities of teams.
Michael Marano describes the importance of processes and practices so that they are advantageous for the individual and the company.
Michael Marano stresses the importance of collaboration and partnership during change management processes.
Michael had to enforce a technical decision when only half of his engineers were convinced.
Michael relates how one of his best engineers progressively lost passion for his company and their product, and the negative effect the engineer had on his team.
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