Posts Tagged ‘project management’

Startups and Agile: 4 Things that Work

Published by on February 3, 2016.
Startups and Agile

At Sprintly, a good percentage of our customers are startups (or agencies that work closely with startups). I’ve spent the past few weeks talking to many of them about what’s working and not working in their product delivery process. It’s interesting to me how much I see repeating patterns across these teams. Here are 4 […]

How to manage team workload, track progress, and please your boss

Published by on September 8, 2014.

When I became a Product Manager in 2012, I ran into some big challenges: My boss kept asking me for progress reports. The only way I could get this information was to go interrupt a developer and ask them “How much work have we finished so far?” I had no way of tracking velocity. Once I knew […]

A marketing workflow that helps drive growth

Published by on September 2, 2014.
Lars Lofgren on how Kissmetrics drives growth by shipping

Welcome to our new series: How to Ship – we’ll be talking to leaders from some of the best teams in the world, so you can learn their secrets and apply them to your team. This week we’re interviewing Lars Lofgren, the Growth Manager at KISSmetrics. What does your company do? KISSmetrics ties all your data […]

Sprintly Among Favorite UIs

Published by on March 27, 2014.

Sprintly was recently recognized by Software Advice as one of the top five favorite user interfaces in agile project management. Software Advice researched 100s of project management interfaces, selected their top five favorite and in the review called Sprintly’s interface “remarkably attractive.” I had a chance to catch up with author Noel Radley to ask her a few questions […]