Using Trello for team L&D
As a leader, ensuring your team learn and progress is a fundamental part of your role. You don’t really want a bunch of developers building/maintaining your products who don’t suggest improvements based on the latest tools and theories, do you?
Plus, if they’re not given the chance to improve their skills, or see that there’s no opportunity to apply new skills, there’s more chance they’ll become demotivated (and less productive), and some will end up leaving to find that opportunity elsewhere. And they’ll take their knowledge of your company and projects with them.
Taking time out of the schedule to allow people to do their own development should pay for itself in the long run. Ok, so looking just at the decreased amount of time available, the net amount of work produced by each person every month should decrease. But you could quite easily argue that this is outweighed by:
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