In a short vlog, Jeff shares what it means to have a Culture of We, why it’s important, and three steps you can lead to bring that culture to your organization.
Are you looking for a job, career change, or even a promotion? Jeff’s best advice: have a can-do attitude. In this short vlog he shares what a “can-do” attitude looks like, including a real-world example.
Jeff Van Fleet share his thoughts on the role that honesty plays in creating a strong, positive culture.
This Holiday season, Jeff encourages everyone to lead by staying centered and consistently focusing on the positives.
Our CEO, Jeff Van Fleet, shares a few observations from working the polls on election day that he found applicable to UI-UX teams.
In the past, we’ve shared our secret sauce for strong software teams, and those principles apply to teams of all sizes. However, when your development team is small (we’re talking 1-15 team members), there are a few specific best practices to be successful.
In October 2020, Mark Adams was an attendee for the virtual ComSpark event, featuring 90+ CIO level speakers. He had an agenda to explore, “How has the move to more remote employees affected culture?” He left wondering if leaders were talking about culture or just team building social events.
In the last two weeks, I have been reminded repeatedly about Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. And, coincidentally, I’ve caught myself juggling a lot of different personal and business tasks, feeling overwhelmed, and getting a bit lost on the best way to prioritize and organize things. With all of the Covey reminders going on in my life, I realized that my sense of crisis is exactly what Habit #3 – Put First Things First — is designed to help.
As a software leader, we know you’re focused on three main things: time to market, quality, and productivity. And, after being in business for over two decades, we thought it was time to share some of the secret sauce that leads software teams to be successful in these areas. Enter, Lighthouse’s 5 Core Software Principles: [...]
Whether you’re new to your organization and want to understand what’s going on, or you’ve been there a while and something just doesn’t seem right, an all-encompassing assessment of your software team and processes may be the best next step. Software is an enormous investment in your organization. It likely holds a significant role in the value you provide for your customers, so why wouldn’t you ensure you’re getting good value for your investment?