It has also been one year since I joined this large travel network company in the Netherlands. I would like to say that with this milestone, I have sorted out the differences in product development team culture between the East and the West, and the differences in communication and cooperation between startups and large enterprises in the past year. I hope it can be used as a reference for friends who want to work in Europe or who are considering working in an enterprise-level team.
No one will "assign" you things, everyone photo color correction services can be their own master I still remember when I first arrived, my supervisor said to me, "In the first month, we hope that you will adapt to this company and this new country. Just tell me, I'd be happy to let you do it anytime." I was actually quite surprised at the moment, because it was very different from what I experienced in Asia: maybe it was easier for newcomers to get started. In the past, the supervisor will tell you the scope of responsibility that has been drawn and the suggested work model.
But here, my supervisor hopes that I can take the initiative to tell him when I want to start and in what form, and even the division of labor, he is willing to let me propose a proposal, because he thinks that I know myself best, and I am the best Know where I can excel and contribute the most. In this year's observation, I found that this environment is not only for product managers, but every designer and engineer here is given sufficient space to play and is expected to take the initiative to propose ideas. Of course, free and independent power also comes with responsibility, and every member needs to have the ability to communicate externally and represent the team.