Reporting is a crucial aspect of a senior engineering role for a number of reasons. It can help build relationships with more senior stakeholders inside and outside your org as well as open up opportunities to ask the board for what your department needs.
When it comes to effective reporting you need to make sure you’re using the most appropriate data - information that is clear and concise, and using terminology and context that everyone in the wider business can understand.
In this panel, engineering leaders will share how you - as senior engineering leaders - can report to the board in a way that effectively demonstrates the impact of your org, while opening the engineering ‘black box’ for the less technical stakeholders.
- Understand which metrics are best to focus on for giving the most accurate picture.
- Learn which narratives to employ for communicating engineering performance to non-technical folk
- Align your engineering activities with the strategic objectives inside and outside the boardroom
- Build a relationship of trust and understanding with your board