Many software teams are under immense time pressure, trying to balance delivery and quality.
We're making a planning tool to empower software teams, based on cutting edge delivery techniques that will shorten cycle times and help the team focus on the things that matter most.
You'll find better solutions, deliver results faster, build software you can all be proud of, and see improvements within days.Try it out
Stakeholders see progress early and often, and have no need to worry or ask for updates
Engineers can try "crazy ideas that just might work", keeping the risk low and potential reward high
Customers get the benefit of your changes early, and can give you feedback - which you can use to steer the next iterationTry it out
We're software engineers. We started out building software in teams, and then went into leading and then coaching teams for the past 10 years.
We noticed that many teams are made up of super smart people, who are held back by the same problems again and again. We found that many of these problems are caused by assumptions about project management that have been debunked, but are still deeply entrenched, even in teams who are trying to implement "agile" ideas.
By focusing our coaching on showing a new set of assumptions, we saw that teams "got it" almost instantly, and often saw dramatic improvement literally overnight.
Building LevelUp is our way of bringing the best of this new model to as many teams as possible, so you can break free of the limiting assumptions and unleash the team's full potential.Try it out
We currently have 4 models for improving your systems in different ways:
Objectives - For targets, based on improving a metric score, perhaps in the form of OKRs or KPIs
Components - For parts of your product, particularly useful for tackling technical debt
Journeys - For sequences of steps, like internal processes or customer journeys through the product
Personas - For looking at the product through the eyes of a group of customer and seeing where the gaps areTry it out
We have a FREE Beta access program right now
Why not try something new and engaging with your team!
If you had 1 day and could improve 1 part of your system: