Previously Published to Propelo.AI on What it means to be VP of Engineering Constantly raising the bar for innovation, quality and productivity, the success of most engineering organizations depends on the ingenuity of one leader in particular — an advocate for technical teams, a “people person,” and one who leads by example. The vice president of engineering is someone who’s strong in what BuiltIn calls the ‘people arts’ — arts that include the skillful recruiting, mentoring and […]
10 Ways to Improve Your Next Sprint Retrospective Meeting Previous Published on Propelo.AI What is the Sprint Retrospective in Scrum? Dictionary.com defines a retrospective as the “looking back on or dealing with past events or situations.“ It’s a reflection of sorts. And in the case of a sprint retrospective, it’s the reflection of past sprint events — a meeting between various members of the engineering team and stakeholders in the organization. Everyone has a chance to speak — […]
Previously published to Propelo.AI on the future of data and engineering excellence Data is propelling new business. And its impact on the business community has, in a way, become an art form. And the art of understanding business data, or business intelligence (BI), is centered on a company’s ability to read, transform, optimize and present this data between both technical and non-technical teams. As a result, it empowers businesses to improve operations, optimize internal processes […]
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Previously Published to Benzinga: The following post was written and/or published as a collaboration between Benzinga’s in-house sponsored content team and a financial partner of Benzinga. The global online education market is expected to reach a total market size of $319 billion by 2025, up from $187.8 billion in 2019 as the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) reaches 9.23% in 2025. The growth is the result of training, retraining and upskilling the professional workforce reentering […]