Flite’s development and product team uses Scrumy, a simple web-based app for agile development. Each sprint is diced up into stories, hours assigned to each story, and across the week work is moved from “to do,” “in progress,” verify,” to “done.” Each morning starts with a review of the scrum board during a stand-up meeting. Progress is noted and any roadblocks are discussed.
At the management team, we’ve been looking for a similar tool that would allow us to track key strategy goals. Currently, we create a Google doc, in which each department lists their top three quarterly goals, context, and KPIs. We laminate the document and use it as a reference tool to drive alignment, focus, and measurement.
The app allows teams to set up a business model canvas, plans (with hypotheses, experiments, tasks, and metrics), customer interviews, team journals, and members.
As with Scrumy, each atomic plan can be tracked, commented, and moved from unvalidated to validated or rejected.
The product looks fantastic and the early versions are easy to use and logical.