Having the ability to solve complex problems is critical to effectively leading engineering teams. Here’s a framework that gets to the root of why a problem is complex, so you can pinpoint how it needs to be addressed.
Today, we’re highlighting six recently launched reports and features that were built to help you understand even more about your team’s development process.
Jason Wong, Engineering Leadership Coach, outlines an action plan for a more inclusive workplace and offers helpful advice to overcome the inevitable inflection points along the way.
Announcing our new Email Reporting feature, which can be used to get GitPrime insights delivered to your inbox on a daily, weekly, or monthly cadence.
Some developers gravitate towards feature work, others are drawn to fixing work. Here’s how to recognize the latter so you can create a culture that celebrates both.
Great Managers Empower Through Intrinsic Motivation – A Conversation With the Founder of CTO Connection
Peter Bell has been building engineering teams for nearly two decades. Here are his insights on empowering teams by focusing on intrinsic motivations (not external rewards).
The recently launched Player Card is designed to provide a condensed view of core individual metrics across Code, Submit, and Review contributions.
Stripe’s Head of Foundation Engineering outlines the three core elements in a performance management system, and explains how to build them in your organization.
With the Knowledge Sharing report, you can easily visualize a team’s collaboration patterns, spot concentrated knowledge silos, and monitor key health indicators to build an even more effective team.
Founders and CTOs from CircleCI, Corgibytes, and Meetup share their advice on how to effectively communicate the impact of technical debt to the business.
Drift’s Pete Karl II details the company’s fast-paced ramp-up plan, and shares his well-honed advice on what the onboarding process looks like at its best.
The term “technical debt” is dangerously overloaded and often misleading. Here, three engineering leaders take a clear-eyed view on the topic and explain what managing technical debt looks like in practice.
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