If you can’t answer a question about your job or product in a clear, concise way you may be guilty of creating a word salad.
Here's a case study showcasing OKRs in the healthcare space and how they influence the work done at the hospital.
B2B companies often struggle with OKRs because it's not clear whose behavior we want to change. Here's how to fix that.
Implementing a new goal framework is risky. Here's a way to de-risk it, learn how to improve and then scale it.
In the past, we've never doubted that we were going to ship the product. In a continuous world the product is now the variable.
What does a complete cycle of planning and delivering on OKRs look like. Here's an example.
How to use product thinking to de-risk your agile implementation.
There are no short cuts to product success. This case study shows how Fender guitars used solid product management work to discover and define a winning, modern product strategy.
Everyone should talk to customers. Most companies buy the idea. They also believe it's a waste of time with developers. Here's why they're wrong.
When working in B2B2C it can be tempting to set goals based on end user behavior. That's risky and may set you up to fail. Here's why.