Start the year by erasing all of your goals and do this instead.
Doing customer interviews is great! Doing it with a clear sense of what you’re trying to learn is even better. Here’s why.
Disciplines that function as services to product teams can have OKRs too. Here are two ways to think about how to do that.
Just because we've always done things a certain way doesn't mean they still make sense in a modern context. Questioning means improving.
Sometimes building in seemingly simple supports can strengthen a new way of working in unexpected ways. Here are two.
It's hard work getting a team to gel and be productive together. Once achieved, how long should we keep that team together?
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.
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.
You can laud the idea and still be critical of the implementation. That is the true spirit of Agile. Here’s how I came around to this idea.
Humility is the key to leading and building agile teams and organizations. Here’s why.