Lots of little things go into building a great company over the long term. Rally Software is one that I’m proud to have been involved in from the beginning. I remember when Ryan Martens, the founder, would sit for entire days in a small conference room near my office covering the white boards on the walls with his scribblings.

By 2010, Rally was a 150-person company that planned to add another 75 people on the heels of its $16 million financing led by Greylock. And between that milestone and their birth in 2002, Rally had 17 babies (well, people that work for Rally have had the babies, but you probably figured that out). Rally’s leadership team decided to do something about this. KUSA ran this terrific feature on Rally’s baby-friendly culture, which CNN picked up.


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Lots of little things go into building a great company over the long term. Rally Software is one that I’m proud to have been involved in from the beginning. I remember when Ryan Martens, the founder, would sit for entire days in a small conference room near my office covering the white boards on the walls with his scribblings.

By 2010, Rally was a 150-person company that planned to add another 75 people on the heels of its $16 million financing led by Greylock. And between that milestone and their birth in 2002, Rally had 17 babies (well, people that work for Rally have had the babies, but you probably figured that out). Rally’s leadership team decided to do something about this. KUSA ran this terrific feature on Rally’s baby-friendly culture, which CNN picked up.

http://www.cnn.com/video/?/video/living/2010/02/05/dnt.office.baby.room.kusa

Nicely done Tim, Ryan, and everyone else at Rally. Now you’ve just got to get these kids using software from Kerpoof at an early age. I wonder how Agile Parenthood works?

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