Improve Team Health with Team360
Look beyond what your team is working on and gain visibility into how your team is working, so you can level up your coaching, visualize team capacity, and improve on-time delivery.
Help every developer excel
Encourage professional development by recognizing and challenging top performers, while supporting struggling engineers with targeted coaching and concrete goals.
Start new team members on the right foot
Understand the efficacy of onboarding processes and make adjustments so new hires can quickly become contributing team members.
Keep delivery on track
Visualize team workload to spot unplanned and at-risk work, assess capacity, and ensure your team is working on the highest priority initiatives.
Enhance Your Understanding
Team360 is designed to provide a holistic view of how your team is working, in addition to what your team is working on.
Get a real-time view of current work in progress to understand your team's current capacity and see which projects are being worked on.
Address bottlenecks and slowdowns before they derail your sprints, with configurable alerts and instant visibility into high-risk work.
Connect to your project management tools to gain insight into progress towards project goals and ensure your team is focused on the most important initiatives.
Data-Driven Goal Setting
"We set goals as a team, put them in Velocity, and track our progress."
Facts for Team Improvement
"It’s a fact tool for me. I can see the trends of what is working and what isn’t working for a particular squad and correlate it back to sprint retros."
Recognize High Performers
"Sometimes, I have developers who aren't performing to expectation, and some who are perceived to not be performing. By being able to look at the aggregated data, I can verify that a developer is performing where we think they are. This tool has allowed me to justify a promotion for one of my quieter developers who people didn't perceive as a high performer."
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