What Gets Measured, Gets Done: How the Right Measures Drive Better Engineering
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Though performance measurement has permeated almost every aspect of modern business, it has had – until now - a limited role in measuring and managing engineering and system development. To focus solely on productivity, cost, and time and scope management, is not enough. In business and engineering performance, there needs to be a focus on points of view, skills, and deliverables and – for that – collaboration is key.

This white paper explains that since successful system development requires collaboration, and measurement drives behavior, it makes sense to measure and reward collaboration. This idea is not new – it already exists in DevOps and more well-known approaches like agile software development and SCRUM.

Read on to learn best practices and recommendations for organizing performance management.

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