My colleagues and I are burned out on standard agile tools. Where are radical new thoughts in the last 20+ years?
We are building something so unfamiliarly new that we suspect no one understands it.
In fact, we know from limited experiments so far that most people do not get it.
Does the concept make sense to you when you try it out?
Is it too complicated for most people to understand? Does it require too much abstract sophistication? Are we simply wrong with the whole idea?
Can you make sense of it? If not, feel free to roast it, and us, here on this thread.
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I don't know, man. I like the fact that you are trying to reimagine things but I'm not seeing anything that a traditional burndown can't do. I think that you need a 2-3min pitch of "These are problems that we see" and then "This is how twigflo solves them". Right now, it feels like a solution in search of a problem. A good elevator pitch could solve that or, at the very least, help with figuring out a pivot.
Joe, looks like only one person entered our contest which ends this weekend ( I think this is proof I am very bad at marketing ) --- know anyone that wants a crack at the prize? Link to the Twigflo "building a plan contest"
Joe thank you for having a look and posting your impressions. We’re working on it.