Some teams use 2-week sprints to get the right work done at the right time. I've taught 90-day sprints to my clients. Tony uses 6-week sprints. And it's working for them!
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About Tony Newcome
Tony Newcome is the Chief Technology Officer of ActiveCampaign, where he leads technology and product and works to set the vision for those teams. Previously, Tony was a Senior Vice President of Engineering at Salesforce, where he was responsible for building products in the Salesforce Marketing Cloud. Tony joined Salesforce through its acquisition of ExactTarget, where he spent several years building a number of products. Tony has been nominated for and won several awards, including an INITA Million Dollar Award for Key Technical Achievement, an Outstanding Technical Contributor award, and both a Compass and Leading Orange award for leadership accomplishments while at Salesforce. In 2019, Tony co-founded INpact Indy with a mission to connect technologists throughout Central Indiana to strengthen Indiana’s vibrant technology ecosystem. He holds a BS in Computer Technology from Purdue University.
ActiveCampaign's category-defining Customer Experience Automation Platform (CXA) helps over 150,000 businesses in 170 countries meaningfully engage with their customers. The platform gives businesses of all sizes access to 750+ pre-built automations that combine email marketing, marketing automation and CRM for powerful segmentation and personalization across social, email, messaging, chat and text. Over 70% of ActiveCampaign's customers use its 870+ integrations including Microsoft, Shopify, Square, Facebook and Salesforce. ActiveCampaign scores higher in customer satisfaction than any other solution in Marketing Automation, CRM and E-Commerce Personalization on G2.com and is the Top Rated Email Marketing Software on TrustRadius. Pricing starts at just $9/month. Start a free trial at ActiveCampaign.com.
Meetings are a really expensive use of your time. It only makes sense that they need to be more productive and valuable. Instead of running meetings that could have been an email, lead powerful meetings that have purpose, participation, and problem solving.