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How to drive innovation and business growth in 2021

by Jenny Bowes | May 01, 2021

alignment, Innovation, OKRS

When it comes to the innovation process and driving business growth there are a number of factors that need to be considered. This includes frameworks and the cultural and human aspects of your organisation. Today, we’ll take a look into a number of these factors…

How to use OKRs for product management

by Jenny Bowes | Apr 08, 2021

Innovation, OKRS, Process, Strategy

Product lifecycle management involves monitoring a good as it moves through the different stages of product life. OKRs can assist with this process by boosting the growth of products in the growth phase, and helping to prevent products from entering the decline phase. Product managers…

How to use the OKR goal setting framework to fuel your growth

by Gill Arnott | Mar 15, 2021

Goals, Innovation, My Objectives, OKRS

Let’s take a step back. Before we dive into how to use the OKR framework let’s look at why and how using OKRs will help your organisation grow. By setting OKRs, you’re focusing on the priority projects which will help to fuel your business growth.…

Is disruption a dirty word?

by Roger Longden | Oct 29, 2020

engagement, Innovation

Disruption is the disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process. But what happens if we flip the rhetoric and give disruption a positive platform? Disruption is everywhere, and whilst we can roll with most punches, to really succeed, we need to talk…

ANNOUNCEMENT: TBG launch its new Innovation Board

by Roger Longden | Sep 25, 2018

Innovation, OKRS, Values

I genuinely believe we are at a tipping point The convergence of technology, an ever-increasing understanding of what motivates us to do our best work and the relentless pressure to do more with less means that the need to inspire and enable high performance has never…