Discover why engineering effectiveness is a universal requirement — and how to drive it for your organization
Today, software sits at the heart of virtually every customer journey and process across your organization. So, your engineering teams’ capacity to execute has a huge impact on your productivity, responsiveness and strategic success.
Yet — according to a commissioned survey of more than 400 software engineering decision-makers conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Thoughtworks — less than 50% of respondents say their organizations have adopted fundamental engineering practices like DevOps and Test-Driven Development, or cloud-native technologies. And more than 50% say their organizations’ engineering effectiveness is not where they need it to be today.
The full results of that study are available for you to download and explore. Get your copy to find out what’s limiting organizations’ engineering effectiveness today, and what you can do to improve the speed, strategic value and satisfaction of your development teams.
Download your copy to discover:
Why nearly one third of leaders report that poor engineering agility has caused issues attracting new customers and onboarding new employees
The three key tenets of engineering effectiveness and the challenges organizations face within them
How aligning engineering effectiveness with your overall business strategy can help you achieve even the most ambitious goals
Tune in to the webinar
Thoughtworks' Technical Director, Ryan Murray and guest speaker, Forrester Senior Analyst Andrew Cornwall came together in a fireside chat to discuss the study's key findings, and their implications, in greater detail.