The tech industry is notorious for high rates of stress and burnout in its engineering community. Now, more than ever, teams are under immense pressure to deliver the same results with fewer resources – resulting in well-being being sidelined while organizations figure out their next steps in an uncertain economy.
In this Deep Dive, we will be exploring how engineering leaders can build and maintain a culture of developer well-being. We will be discussing what prioritizing developer well-being means, and how we can help our teams find greater fulfillment in their work by implementing practices that tackle issues such as burnout, stress, and isolation.
Five strategies to navigate uncertain times
In this article, Garima Sharma and Aquil Arif share their thoughts on how you can keep teams focused on the mission and vision, even when events happening around you may not be so clear.
Four strategies for avoiding stress as a senior engineer
Senior Software Engineer, Jack Franklin, speaks about his experience handling stress and unpredictable workloads on a personal level, as well as for his team.
What recent data tells us about developer productivity and team health
This year, Jellyfish's State of Engineering Management report dug into how organizations are handling the reality of an economic downturn.
The State of Engineering Management in 2023
With the unsteady economic climate, 2022 saw a shift from growth at all costs to efficient growth heading into 2023.