Performance improvement we must do, but where to identify it? Sometimes this kind of things might not obvious as they are, as experience and frame of reference from each of the individual engineer within your team might vary.
This post intended to share questions and framework that I’ve been using (and pushing) to my team to give cue and where to start on finding room for engineering improvements.Continue reading
In the world where all of the metrics are available to be fetch and tracked, we end up on too many things being measured or worst, too little things that are being measured. It is impractical to make smart decisions based upon all available data and impossible to make any decision without data, and virtually impossible to make every metric as a priority worthy of improvement. The first challenge is deciding on what to measure, this article is intended to propose following metrics as the de jure metrics that being tracked and constantly improved going forward within tech team that I led so far.Continue reading
Why do we care about OKR ?
Managing a company’s performance relative to goals is important. OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) have been found by the tech industry to be a good way to do that. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OKR for a history of OKRs. See Measure What Matters, by John Doerr for a great read on how they started to be used at Google.Continue reading