How's the usage of engineering ladder in your teams?

We have it and people are engaged27%

We have it but people don't engage37%

We don't have it but are considering it19%

We don't have it and are not considering it14%


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Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
We’ve had it for decades. We seem to revisit it about every 5-6 years. In general people realize the best odds to maximize pay are leadership roles not the technical ladder. It has improved the morale and pay of key technical employees but is not an equivalent ladder and for a general industrial company it probably should not. If we were Apple, Oracle, Microsoft maybe the ladders would be closer to equal

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Deployment frequency30%

Cycle time46%

Change failure rate53%

Mean time to restore32%

Velocity27%

Coding time23%

Pull request pick up time16%

Pull request review time11%

Pull request size10%

Deploy time23%

Deploy frequency20%

Rework rate13%

Another metric (please share in a comment)2%


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Director of Finance, Self-employed
We have a dedicated change management and communications team who we call in for consult and/or execution of any initiative. Its part of our dept culture at this point. 

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Generative AI34%

Composable Enterprise26%

Platform Engineering15%

Citizen Development10%

Chaos Engineering8%

Data Fabric7%

Cloud Native Applications0%

Superapps1%

Others, please specify in the comments0%


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