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As a team lead, how to deal with a developer not doing his tasks

I do not disagree with the other answers, normally, you should take on more of a leader role and make sure they do their job. However, maybe you don't want to be confrontational or won't get backing ...
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As a team lead, how to deal with a developer not doing his tasks

Leaders have to lead. You are the leader. This really comes down to two main things: 1.) Project Management 2.) People Managment Part of leading is setting the milestones and deadlines. As the team ...
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As a team lead, how to deal with a developer not doing his tasks

Senior developer is stuck with some tasks for a month, every day he reports no updates, or very vague progress reports. He is the only one with some experience with the tech, and he was the one who ...
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As a team lead, how to deal with a developer not doing his tasks

Not very complicated. That is always the crucial question. Are there, or could there be, real complications? Is this a task you actually know how to do? Certainly, it doesn't seem reasonable for it ...
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