Starting this year (now that I’ve been a manager for about 3 months) I wanted to get into a groove of having each of my employees maintain 3-4 goals that they continuously work on. These would be goals that shouldn’t really go past a year in length but also should strech for longer than individual projects (and definitely longer than sprints). My current plan is to use Situational Leadership in order to delegate the completion of these goals to my employees.
Recently at work I had to checkout a repository that I was previously syncing to an SVN repo. It turns out the SVN history is kept in the commits so I just needed a way to convince git-svn that the current master branch was in fact linked to the SVN repo’s head.
Time to write some new goals for 2016.
It’s that time of year again. I want to make some new goals for 2015.
So now that 2014 is over I wanted to look over my goals that I wrote about last year and see how I did at meeting them.