This year’s report covers some common challenges facing engineering leaders today, and outlines some best practices around visibility and alignment to help strengthen these engineering teams.
From Fortran and floppy-disks to Full-Stack and Devops; engineering is fast becoming the largest and most integral component of the modern workplace. But what are the components of an effective tool to support engineering leaders with this transition?
In this infographic, we breakdown the 4 key components that make an effective EMP, one that can maximize ROI for your organization through data-driven engineering
Download this template to build the five slides technical leaders should present during board meeting updates.
SmartSense by Digi increases engineering allocation to roadmap by 36% to ship new unified platform to market...
Buildium increases engineering utilization 24% by aligning engineering with strategic business objectives...
Salsify improves profitability with cost capitalization and focuses teams on R&D innovation...
Teikametrics learns how to organize and measure its engineering teams, delivering 44% more roadmap features per quarter...
Toast leverages Jellyfish to automate data-driven performance measurement for continuous team optimization.
This on-demand webinar reviews best practices for successfully leading and even improving remote engineering teams...
Debunking misconceptions that executive teams have about Engineering Management amid covid-19 and universal remote work.
Jobvite increases Engineering throughput by 80% and reduces issue resolution times by up to 77% with Jellyfish.
Some of the important metrics to be tracking as KPIs for Engineering leaders who want to make data-driven decisions.
Engineering leaders from Netflix, Zoominfo, and Jellyfish discuss what it means to measure success for engineering, and how we can do it effectively.
Engineering leaders from Toast and Jellyfish answer questions about which metrics and KPIs are most meaningful and how to track them.
Learn about the trends, challenges, and practices of engineering leaders as they lead their organizations into 2020.
Learn how to measure, grow, and optimize your engineering team's impact.
In this on-demand webinar we bring in the brightest minds in engineering to explore (and debate!) the most effective ways to report and measure on engineering metrics, as well as the challenges and learnings they’ve experienced in their careers.
Jellyfish and Atlassian discuss the many considerations that go into scaling engineering teams.
Listen to Andrew Lau, CEO of Jellyfish and Srinivas Krishnamurti, SVP Product discuss how we can drive better alignment and ultimately a stronger relationship between Product and Engineering, and why that’s so important to the success of your business.
This e-book will walk you through the topics you can use to present an update on the topics your board needs to know, like upcoming deliverables, product quality, how the team is investing its time, and the status of team health.
Optimize your process and reporting in Jira with these 5 best practices for engineering operations and software development leaders
This guide will discuss the various ways organizations approach budget planning and provide some best practices to consider regardless of company industry, size, or organizational structure.
If you’re looking for best practices on how to approach budget planning, watch our webinar featuring special guests Patrick Nguyen, Senior Director of Engineering at Digital Ocean, and Phil Braden, Co-Founder of Jellyfish.
Listen to Matt Raimundo, Senior Program Manager, Cloud Operations at Genesys, and Glenn Barnett, Product Leader at Jellyfish and Jira Implementation Expert as they discuss the best practices you can guide your teams to follow in order to improve the development process, streamlining reporting, and ultimately optimizing your organization’s engineering operations.
Check out our blog for the latest news, lessons, insights, and tools in the world of engineering management.
Jellyfish integrates with tools like Jira and GitHub to automatically surface insights designed to help engineering leaders understand what the team is working on, how they are invested against strategic goals, and how they are performing against day-to-day metrics.