Stress Less About Board Meetings
Preparing for and presenting to your Board and Exec team can be challenging and stressful. Here are some resources that can help you translate Engineering’s impact on the business and drive better conversations and decisions.
Translating Engineering Into Business Terms
Whether you’re an aspiring, new, or experienced technical leader, check out this guide for an engineering- leader-turned-CEO’s perspective on how to answer the tough questions.
10 KPI’s Every Engineering Leader Should Track
If you can track all 10 of these top KPIs, you’ll be well on your way with the data you need to provide continuous value to your customers and your company.
Some lighter reading…
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You Don’t Need to Go It Alone
Andrew Lau | March 24, 2021
In the final part of a three-part series, Andrew gives us an overview of the resources available to engineering leaders that can help solve the challenges that we discussed previously.
What is Allocation?
Kevin Dallaire | April 20, 2021
One of the most common questions we hear technical leaders ask is, which metrics are actually worth tracking? At Jellyfish, we believe that Allocation should be the first metric that modern engineering leaders measure.
If You Don’t Put the Metrics Together, It Will Be Done For You…
Andrew Lau | June 22, 2022
As an engineering leader, a data-driven approach to management and reporting will only help you. If you don’t make the effort to generate engineering metrics, others will do it for you, and that can have some severe ramifications.
5 Questions That Your Board Will Ask You
Andrew Lau | February 15, 2022
Board members ask questions that can put engineering leaders on the spot during a board meeting. Andrew discusses the typical questions you will face and how to address them.
ROI as the Ultimate Measure of Engineering Team Success
Andrew Lau | August 10, 2020
In order to ensure the engineering team is aligned with the needs of the business and is making sound decisions, we might consider using ROI to weigh the costs and benefits of those decisions.