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Exploring where OKR magic happens

by Gill Arnott | Sep 03, 2020

OKR Podcast, OKRS

Giant Talk is our regular OKR podcast in which we dive into the OKR methodology and talk OKR best practice. Each month we bring you a live episode with our friends from Koan. This month we explored where the magic of OKRs really happens – the team…

Giant Talk LIVE: Using OKRs as a network not a hierarchy

by Lawrence Walsh | Aug 17, 2020

OKR Podcast, OKRS

Giant Talk is our regular OKR podcast in which we dive into the OKR methodology and talk key OKR best practice. Each month we bring you a live episode with our friends from Koan. On our latest live episode, we were joined by our regular Giant…

Guest Blog: Navigating uncertainty with OKRs

by Jenny Bowes | Apr 08, 2020

OKRS

Last week team TBG joined our friends over at Koan for a live webinar to discuss Navigating Uncertainty with OKRs. In our latest guest blog, Koan bring us their recap of our live webinar. Roger Longden and Lawrence Walsh of There Be Giants were joined…

Giant Talk LIVE for the first time

by Lawrence Walsh | Mar 27, 2020

OKR Podcast, OKRS

Yesterday, There Be Giants in partnership with Koan brought you Giant Talk LIVE for the very first time. Giant Talk host Lawrence was joined by There Be Giants founder Roger Longden, Brett Knowles of Hirebook and Matt Tucker of Koan for a lively discussion about…

Giant Talk – In conversation with Brett Knowles

by Lawrence Walsh | Mar 09, 2020

Values

Giant Talk: The world’s first OKR podcast in partnership with Koan is excited to bring you a three part miniseries featuring special guest Brett Knowles. Brett is an OKR oracle and has recently written a fascinating article on BJ Fogg’s Behaviour Change Model and its…

Please, stop wasting your OKRs (AKA: dispelling some of the myths)

by Roger Longden | Mar 02, 2020

OKRS

So, here’s the thing; OKRs are supposed to help improve focus, clarify priorities and build alignment, right?  I’ve seen them do just that. However, misuse them and they won’t in fact, they could do the exact opposite. I often hear “we’re not doing them right”…