Linear Stock

linear.appEnterprise Software / Sales & Marketing /​ AdtechFounded: 2019Funding to Date: $52.19MM

Linear is creating project planning tools to empower success in the workforce for teams that care about quality. With the meticulous design and overtaking speed, Linear is tapping into the team's full potential. By following a multi-step process, Linear believes you must plan, progress, collaborate, analyze, level up, and secure. It implements a system to improve tracking issues, cycles, projects, roadmaps, and future integrations.

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Linear: Revolutionising Project Management Across Diverse Teams
In the dynamic world of software design and product management, staying on top of project tracking and issue resolution is pivotal. That’s where Linear comes in — a tool I recently discovered. The Power of Integration Linear is a great tool for engineering and agile delivery folks. It connects effortlessly with a wide array of tools that are staples in the tech industry, including GitHub, GitLab, Slack, Figma, Google Sheets, Google Calendar, and Notion. This interconnectedness ensures that Linear fits perfectly into the existing ecosystem of tools, enhancing workflow without disrupting established processes.
Traditional vs Agile Project Management in 2023: Which Is Better For Your Team?
Traditional project management (Waterfall) is a linear working approach with well-defined stages and requirements. The method generally relies on Gantt charts and contains multiple phases (setting requirements and document procurement, planning, development, testing and deployment). Each phase must be completed before the project can progress. The traditional project management methodology is not flexible. Due to its structured nature, projects following this method cannot deviate much from their initial project scopes. This is good and bad. The good thing is that the chances of scope creep are lower. The bad news is that should problems arise, there’s little room for project managers to react to them.
Updated on: Apr 18, 2024


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