Guest Blog: Making Agile Data-Driven with OKR

Guest Blog: Making Agile Data-Driven with OKR

Agile won. It became the mainstream approach for developing software. Most corporations either have adopted it or are planning to do it. Agile revolutionized software delivery. However, organizations still combine it with management principles created over a century...
You Don’t Have To Be Wiggins To Be Great at Sprint Cycles

You Don’t Have To Be Wiggins To Be Great at Sprint Cycles

Chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve already read a few of my other blogs on the great things you can do with OKRs and where to start with them. If not, then why not check them out? What I really love about OKRs is that they have a lot in common with the agile...
Measuring Your Culture: How to Do it and Why it’s Vital

Measuring Your Culture: How to Do it and Why it’s Vital

Rowing is my sport. I love it because it’s consistent, each stroke is an opportunity to reflect, learn and adapt  I also love it because it is teamwork laid bare. If one person is out of time or off balance, the rest of crew must compensate and overall, the boat will...
OKRs and KPIs: Great Bedfellows or Sworn Enemies?

OKRs and KPIs: Great Bedfellows or Sworn Enemies?

At the risk of scoring a full house in corporate terms bingo before I’ve even finished the first paragraph, allow me to explain what I mean when I talk about OKRs and KPIs. Objectives & Key Results (OKRs) are an agile approach to motivating and managing...