The data brings us together with Luke Dion, VP of Engineering Operations for Cox Automotive
July 28, 2022
Engineering Operations for Cox Automotive Inc. Over the years, Luke’s team have experienced something many technologists have at some point or another in their careers- organizations mergers and acquisitions led to the need for multiple teams, across multiple time zones, to come together and find a way to synchronize.
In this discussion, Luke shares how the Cox Automotive teams use Pluralsight Flow to focus on the engineering metrics that matter most and how the platform enables them to scale their communication and cohesion.
Adam and Luke discuss how transparency and trust can be gained through data-driven meetings and how standardizing measurements across teams has drastically improved Cox Automotive’s communication and culture.
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