45 mins


Enable your teams to work together and make the biggest impact with their current time and skills

Can you really measure engineering team performance?

This summer, LeadDev teamed up with Swarmia to survey more than 600 engineering managers to find out how organizations measure their team performance and uncover the biggest challenges they face in doing so.

Read the full report to help identify where you are in your team performance journey and spark ideas on how to better measure that performance.

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Being a manager isn't just about overseeing tasks; it's about keeping your team's efforts in check across different areas like day-to-day operations, projects, and new features. Pulling this off involves extensive collaboration between teams within the org in order to align priorities and resources. But here's the twist: a lot of teams have shrunk lately, which means managers are feeling the heat. We've got to find a way to keep the same level of productivity without pushing reports to the brink of burnout or underperformance. With resources stretched thin and everyone racing towards different projects and deadlines, engineering priorities are being thrown into disarray.

Join our panel of seasoned engineering and product leaders as they share tips on navigating conflicting priorities and communication chaos within your team. In a world where every project seems equally vital, discover the art of balancing ambition with realism, equipping your team with a developed framework to streamline their focus. Walk away armed with the knowledge to foster collaboration and propel your projects forward with precision timing. It's all about empowering your team to maximize their impact using the resources at hand.

Key takeaways

  • Teach your team to make the best use of the resources they have on hand
  • Understand the goals of the business and how they impact your team’s work
  • Align Product and Engineering efforts through clear communication and collaboration
  • Learn to take stock of your team’s workload and know when and how to push back