On June 16th, 2022, we held our first in-person Innovative Executives League Summit at the Old Post Office in Chicago! We had a lineup of fourteen guest speakers to share their insights with us. Here is a summary of their key takeaways.Read More
Without getting into continually evolving statistics, it’s common knowledge that software developers have a high turnover rate, which can wreak havoc on development progress. Finding the right person for the role on your software team can save significant time and money and improve outcomes overall.Read More
Organizations with functional silos around software engineering teams with high-level skill sets (i.e., infrastructure, security, and DevOps) inadvertently create bottlenecks that prevent them from getting work done. Teaching them the skills required for engineering enablement helps identify ineffective labor divisions, reduce risk and uncertainty, eliminate project delays, prevent resources from becoming overwhelmed, and keep teams in the loop.
Here's how to get started using engineering enablement practices to empower your development teams to provide consistent value to clients and stakeholders, even when they lack experience in certain areas.Read More
If asked, most leaders today would say that their teams are healthy, but how do they know? There aren’t always clearly defined processes to quantify success or manage team dynamics, making it challenging to understand team health.Read More
As more organizations move to remote work and virtual meetings, the traditional ways of building relationships go by the wayside. Even though in-person interactions are less frequent, the backbone of how to build trust and credibility internally and externally remains the same. Below are some best practices development teams can incorporate to build lasting trust and successful relationships.Read More