Engineering Is the Strategy in the Age of Software
Andrew Lau reflects on the Jellyfish Series C round of funding.
Andrew Lau | February 1, 2022
10 Engineering KPIs Technical Leaders Should Know Part 1: Investment
As an Engineering leader, exactly which data should you pay attention to? What metrics should you be tracking as your team’s key performance indicators (KPIs)? In this series of posts, we will present some of the KPIs that can help technical leaders answer these questions.
Evan Klein | October 21, 2021
Engineering Leadership Insights
News, lessons, and insights in the world of engineering management.
Growth and the Road Ahead for Jellyfish Engineering Management Platform
Andrew Lau | May 5, 2020
Jellyfish announces exciting growth and adoption of its Engineering Management Platform along with funding from Accel, Wing, and Pillar to help leaders align engineering decisions with business initiatives.
Strategy & Planning
A Time To Make Tough Engineering Decisions
Andrew Lau | April 21, 2020
Difficult times for businesses can also be opportunities for engineering leaders to make the tough decisions that couldn’t be made before, and ultimately to accelerate out of the hardship even stronger.
How Engineering Leaders Are Thinking Now That EVERYONE Is Remote
Evan Klein | April 14, 2020
At Jellyfish, we’re fortunate to work with many industry-leading engineering leaders and their teams, so we’ve turned to them for some advice. We asked them about the changes they’ve faced and how they faced them.
What to Expect At Different Engineering Team Stages
Evan Klein | April 8, 2020
One of the most common questions we field from Directors of Engineering to CTOs, especially when they’re in a new role is: what should we expect and plan for at the different stages and sizes of the engineering team; what are some of the common challenges that you see at our stage?
Strategy & Planning
Engineering Leadership – The Key Ingredient That’s Always Forgotten
Andrew Lau | March 30, 2020
Engineering leadership is about more than managing people and delivering software faster. One skill can help with everything else…