Information Technology

Measure and Improve Software Developer Productivity

| 1 hour

Software engineering leaders seek to measure and improve the productivity of their developers, but this is notoriously hard to do in practice. Stakeholders continue to demand activity-based metrics as proof that developers are productive and that investments in productivity improvements are paying off. Software engineering leaders often do not know how to respond to these demands and turn to conventional measurement approaches that are inaccurate, uninformative and often counterproductive. So, how can software engineering leaders boost developer productivity and not rely on conventional productivity metrics for the future and beyond?

In this invitation-only virtual briefing, Gartner expert, Keith Mann, former enterprise architect, development manager, and agile leader who specializes in software engineering strategy & practices, will cover how to use value-based productivity metrics to provide teams with the tools and information they need for self-improvement, achieving increased team productivity, and speed value delivery. Plus, you will hear from former software engineering leaders on how they would approach measuring and improving developer productivity within their organization, and gain insights from peers currently in your field.

  • Boost developer productivity by empowering your teams with integrated tools

  • Establish value-based productivity metrics

  • Respond to demands for conventional productivity metrics

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Hosted by

Keith James Mann

Sr Director Analyst


Jim Mosher

VP, Executive Partner

Dan Morneau

Executive Partner

Aravind Thyagarajan

Executive Partner, Domains

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