What do I call this thing?

What do I call this thing?

Since I started blogging and speaking about OKRs and how to use them, it’s been clear that OKRs are not enough.  It’s important to set them correctly, sure, but also to keep them alive via commitment meetings & celebrations and…

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Designer As Founder Week Four

Designer As Founder Week Four

I return from Amsterdam to my class in varying states of uncertainty. One is already on their first pivot, another on their second, a third still can’t choose between two markets for their technology. The fourth is plowing ahead wihtout…

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The Executioner's Tale

The Executioner’s Tale

A story about a company using OKR’s to help a team focus during a pivot (yes, you may recognize the Fable!). Given at Interactions 14 “The Executioner’s Tale” Christina Wodtke-Interaction14 from Interaction Design Association on Vimeo. Learn more about OKRs

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