OKRs require the psychological safety for teams to be wrong and a culture that celebrates the learning they bring from their product discovery work.
Setting up goals is the beginning of your OKR journey. The next step is understanding how you, as a leader, must support product discovery.
Leading teams with OKRs requires several changes to the way you manage. The first and most important is trusting the team you’ve hired to do their work. Here’s how to start.
It's easy to add an OKR for every activity. Instead work towards setting the fewest number of goals. Here's how to do it.
No designer should ever have to fear reviewing their work with a stakeholder. Here's one story of how it happened to me and what I learned.
It is no longer viable to design your organization around a centralised IT department. It's not agile. It's not customer focused. Here's why.
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As the season comes to an end, Jeff Gothelf recalls the thought-provoking and inspirational conversations he shared with his prolific guests. Successful individuals from a variety of industries pulled back the curtains on their experiences and exposed secrets to success that elevated them personally and professionally. Tune in for more insights and road maps to … Continue reading Episode 29 — What We Learned in Season 2!
There are some products that have to be shipped as one big release. This article explains how to make big bang releases work with OKRs.
It's tempting to set a goal and never think about it again. It's also a huge mistake. Here's how to avoid doing that with OKRs.