What now?

You did it. You planned, prepared, launched, enabled, and actually used Flow. So what do you do now?

Turns out, it's a lot of what you've already done! Now is a good time to revisit the goals of your organization as well as your maintenance agreement to make sure they still apply. Also check in on what you've learned or grown in that you weren't expecting. See if you want to adjust your strategic vision. Ask for feedback. Share insights with more teams and more engineers. If your plans have changed based on what you've learned, share that too—and include how Flow has helped you make better decisions about where to focus.

Flow, like engineering, is about iteration. Some metrics and patterns might be easier to make progress on than others, but as long as you're moving toward your goals, you're doing good.

Tip: Breaking your goal into smaller steps helps you measure your progress. Make sure the changes you're making are driving impact before moving to more changes.

Pick a focus. Explore the data. Learn. Adapt your processes. Repeat. Keep doing this as you gain more insights, make changes in your organization, and evolve your strategic goals to fit your organization's aims. Small changes and focuses over time add up to meaningful insights and improvements—not only for your organization, but also for the engineers who are doing the day-to-day work.

What's next?

Before you go learn more in Flow, check out the best ways to keep up-to-date on new features, insights, and opportunities for learning in Flow.

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