Investing in your technology teams requires more than just money–these investments must also take the form of data-backed, human-supported efforts.
Imagine your new software developer has completed onboarding and is ready to integrate into their team.
How are you measuring their success? How are you setting them up for continuing success? What data are you using to guide your decisions?
Sure, your organization has its measurements of success. But is your data telling you the whole story of success? Is it also telling you problem areas?
Making data-informed investments and decisions require teams and tech leaders to recognize when the data serves its purpose and when there is a problem.
Human-supported investments and decisions require tech leaders to understand how to measure team satisfaction. Data-informed and human-informed decisions need the right inputs to ensure the data you are collecting is used to its fullest potential.
If you want to ensure your investments in your tech teams are fully utilized, then the areas your organization should be focusing its data on are productivity, skills gaps, insights and team satisfaction.