How to Report Engineering Results to Non-Technical Executives
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How to Report Engineering Results to Non-Technical Executives

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For many engineering leaders, the regular read-out of results to the CEO or Board is a dreaded chore. But the most successful engineering leaders use it as an opportunity to show the value of their organization. These leaders know how to communicate their team’s performance in a language that resonates and set expectations for achieving their goals. In this roundtable session, we’ll discuss key considerations for reporting engineering results to non-engineering leaders. Learn common pitfalls to avoid and the best metrics to share to answer the key questions on the mind of your CEO.

About this Event

How to Report Engineering Results to Non-Technical Executives

For many engineering leaders, the regular read-out of results to the CEO or Board is a dreaded chore. But the most successful engineering leaders use it as an opportunity to show the value of their organization. These leaders know how to communicate their team’s performance in a language that resonates and set expectations for achieving their goals. In this roundtable session, we’ll discuss key considerations for reporting engineering results to non-engineering leaders. Learn common pitfalls to avoid and the best metrics to share to answer the key questions on the mind of your CEO.

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CEO @ Jellyfish

Andrew Lau is the Cofounder and CEO of Jellyfish, where he helps engineering leaders use data to make informed management decisions and align their teams to business strategy. Before that, he was a long-time engineer, and eventually the VP of Engineering at Endeca where he managed increasingly large teams of engineers. Since then, he's gone on to co-found several more companies as a technical founder, and has even served as the Chief Strategy Officer at Nanigans before leaving to co-found Jellyfish. At every company and every level, Andrew saw that too few business leaders recognize the value of their engineering management teams. He founded Jellyfish to give those engineering executives the tools they need to be great leaders—to help drive the product strategy and execute the operational components of that strategy.

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3:00 PM - 3:05 PM PDT
Kickoff and Introductions
3:05 PM - 3:10 PM PDT
Getting to Know You
3:10 PM - 3:30 PM PDT
Fireside Chat: How to Report Engineering Results to Non-Technical Executives
Andrew Lau
CEO @ Jellyfish
3:30 PM - 3:45 PM PDT
ROUNDTABLE: Best Practice Sharing & Q&A
3:45 PM - 4:00 PM PDT
How to use Jellyfish for Executive Reporting
May 13, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM PDT
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