Posts Tagged ‘team’

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 […]

Why your team needs a Kanban board

Published by on October 14, 2014.

The worst part about project management tools is they get in the way. Most tools require hours of configuration and a steep learning curve before you can even start being productive. And every time you bring on a new team member, you need to go through the process again. This is why I love Kanban […]

Sprintly welcomes Donald back to the team!

Published by on September 5, 2014.
Donald Harris, also known as TallGamer, is back with Sprintly!

Sprintly is delighted to have Donald Harris back on the team, working full-time on Customer Success. Donald worked with us previously: he’s the wonderful voice behind our training videos. Now, he’ll be working on new videos, updating our Knowledge Base, and helping to answer your Sprintly questions. Let’s hear from the man himself: Well now… we […] Welcomes Justin Jackson to the Team!

Published by on August 8, 2014.
Justin Jackson on the Sprintly team

I’m super-excited to introduce Justin Jackson to everybody today. Justin joined us just this week and will be running’s product marketing. Read on below to learn more about Justin. Howdy! I’m Justin Jackson and I’m thrilled to be joining the marketing team. I’ve spent the past 6 years working in product management and […]

The omission of “why?”

Published by on April 25, 2013.
Justin Abrahms: The omission of "why"

A few years back, I worked at a company which made a very simple mistake in how they delivered product, which unduly limited the amount internal innovation: the omission of why. The company was in the advertising space which is a morass of opaque terms like “piggyback pixels”, “real-time boom lists” and “demand-side platforms”. Contrast that with […]