I'm doing a little something different this week!
In every newsletter, I share 2-3 links. Some of them are more timely (events, helpful product updates, etc.) but a lot of them are evergreen resources, and some are ones I reach for all the time. A most-recommended, if you will!
A big part of Opsy is helping us learn from each other so we can stop reinventing the wheel and do better, faster work. So I thought I'd do a little roundup!
If you joined us recently, or have missed some newsletters, here's a chance to catch up. 👇🏻
- How you know when it's time to leave
- Choosing your next job
- Ali Rohde Jobs
- ExitUp Jobs
- People Ops Job Board
- Guide to startup salary negotiations
- The Chief People Officer as PM
- The rise of the COO role
- When to delegate and when to say no
- Resources for new managers
- Better Sheets
- FP&A Prep
- Getting started with no-code by Makerpad & Zapier
- Introduction to APIs for no-coders
- 776's Reproductive Autonomy Resource Guide v1.1
- Compensation for start ups: A leveling matrix that scales
- The Bright + Early Guide To (Less Horrible) Layoffs
- Your startup’s management training probably sucks
How we work
- How to align a remote team
- Two-way write-ups: Coda's secret to shipping fast
- Work Blueprints: What they are and how we use them at Buffer
- I Wonder, I Think, and I'm Pretty Sure
- Bias towards action
- Helping execs prioritize work
- ‘Give away your Legos’ and other commandments for scaling startups
Now, I have to ask: What resource do you reach for all the time? What are the helpful links you often find yourself forwarding?
Hit reply to let me know! I'd love to include them in a future newsletter.
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