Ambition

Fantasy football-style approach to motivating sales teams

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#3 Product of the DayFebruary 22, 2014
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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This might have some overlap with what you're exploring, @Evanish.
Jason Evanish@evanish · CEO GetLighthouse.com for managers
@rrhoover thanks for the mention. Sales teams are really well measured and generally competitive. I think it's a lot harder to say someone was the "top marketer" or "top engineer" some month while with sales, the evidence is there...how many calls, closes and the value of your deals are accurate measures of how you're doing. I can see how this could work great on the right sales teams. What I've been exploring is less gamifying work and more helping managers be thoughtful about individuals. There's a lot of things that are important to each person on your team that is easy to forget and you might not always be able to take action on or remember. (If you're trying to be a better manager and trying to motivate and retain your team, let's talk)
Jeremy Boudinet@boudinetj · Boudinet Media
Hey guys, Marketing Director for Ambition here. Happy to answer any questions you may have -- we've added/improved a ton of Ambition's functionality recently, and earned some rave reviews from the Harvard Business Review, Inc. magazine, etc. Feel free to message me here or email me at jeremy.boudinet@ambition.com and I'll get back to you ASAP. :)