If an engineering manager takes on the same tasks as the team as part of their everyday responsibilities, it creates a confusin
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There is very little difference between an engineering manager and traditional business manager. Both types of managers need to be able to organize, motivate and help teams as well as meet business goals in a cost-effective way. The difference is the work that is being managed.
SDTimes talks to founders and experts about how to transition from programmer to manager and considers how technical a manager should be. They offer a range of strategies that managers can implement in their workplace.