Hiring the best talent and setting up an efficient process is what most companies aim to do. But, if the process isn’t being adapted well by the team, it slows down the deliverables and can cause attrition of top performers.
Metrics and what they mean
- Coding time is the time from the first commit to the time PR was opened. In other words, this is the time spent by the developer to complete the work associated with the PR.
- Review time is the time from when the PR was reviewed to the time when the PR was opened.
- Deployment time is the time from when a PR is approved (or reviewed, if there’s no approval stage) to the time it’s merged to a particular branch. You can use the destination branch filter on the top to select the master branch (or other branches as needed) to see the deployment time by various branches.
You can use data on this screen to:
- See the stage at which your team is spending most of their time - coding, review, or release process.
- Averages could sometimes be deceiving, so check the right panel for all the PRs and their respective breakdown into various stages.
- You can look at your current sprints or past sprints and use this data during retrospectives.