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In high performing teams, individuals understand what is expected of them, and take ownership of their work.

Sounds simple enough, right?

Not always. Especially in fast paced orgs, a lot of developer time is spent either trying to prevent things from breaking, or trying to fix things after they break - which can easily lead to silos, decreased visibility, and a lack of trust between team members.

In this panel, we’ll discuss what  a culture of accountability actually looks like in practice, and the role of the engineering leader in encouraging a culture of accountability, not blame, in busy developer teams.

Register today to learn:

  • How to help your engineers to feel in control of their workload
  • How to encourage accountability without straying into micromanagement
  • The role of accountability in DevOps culture
  • How tools and processes such as feature flags can increase visibility and foster a sense of shared ownership