Start the year by erasing all of your goals and do this instead.
Discipline-specific OKRsPosted on November 7, 2022.
Disciplines that function as services to product teams can have OKRs too. Here are two ways to think about how to do that.
Why are you working on that?Posted on February 21, 2022.
Shared purpose and alignment come from a broad understanding of strategy. Here’s how to help your teams know why they are doing their work.
OKR Anti-pattern: Sandbagging your key resultsPosted on February 7, 2022.
Teams that sandbag their OKRs set easily achievable goals. Here’s why this stifles innovation and what you can do about it.
The Difference Between Individual OKRs and Personal OKRsPosted on January 17, 2022.
Should you have personal goals in life and at work? Yes, you should. Should you use OKRs to set those goals in both contexts? No. Here's why.
Forever Employable Stories: Simon Majumdar, chef, writer, podcaster, television personalityPosted on March 22, 2021.
Simon Mujamdar, writer, chef, podcaster and tv personality, shares his Forever Employable story on career change in your 40’s.
OKR anti-pattern: reverse engineering key results to match your backlogPosted on February 15, 2021.
I work with teams around the world every day helping them implement objectives and key results. I’ve written about OKR here a lot over the last few years and now, … Continue reading OKR anti-pattern: reverse engineering key results to match your backlog
How I built a professional community to grow my businessPosted on January 11, 2021.
Finding the right community to help grow your career isn’t always easy. Sometimes the better path is to build your own community. Here’s how I did it.
How to use OKRs to set goals for your professional and personal developmentPosted on October 5, 2020.
Image credit: https://greatist.com/ A few weeks ago I shared with you the most basic description of Objectives and Key Results -- the goal-setting trend sweeping the business world -- I … Continue reading How to use OKRs to set goals for your professional and personal development
Without psychological safety there is no learning and there is no agilityPosted on September 1, 2020.
If teams don’t feel safe sharing what they’ve learned, they’ll never be agile. Psychological safety ensures teams doing discovery can implement the feedback they learn in the process anda truly be agile.