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Create the right focus using Leaders’ jobs to be done

Create the right focus using Leaders’ jobs to be done

Regardless of the industry or sector all leaders face similar struggles and have same things on agenda, regardless of industry. In fact, a Leader’s jobs to be done boil down to four essential elements. By acknowledging this, better processes for efficient leadership can be put

Beyond COVID-19 with resilient and engaged organizations

Not having all the answers leaves space for growth, learning, challenge, mistakes and innovation – all the things that make work and human encounter and engagement interesting. But this year we’ve all needed to respond to new unplanned situations where we don’t have all the

How to succeed in your digital tools landscape

How to succeed in your digital tools landscape

Digitalization has swept the business landscape by storm. New tools, apps and platforms pop up daily to try and make us more efficient, more organized, more anything. But the difference between beautiful synchronization and semi-controlled chaos is rather narrow. The tools themselves don’t do the

How to increase productivity and leadership with Microsoft Teams

How to increase productivity and leadership with Microsoft Teams

The unthinkable happened this Spring. All of a sudden, a worldwide crisis was on our hands. To limit the damages, governments around the world took massive measures affecting the daily lives of all of us. Since the pandemic, a huge portion of people have been

Common mistakes when using OKRs

There is no one right way for adopting OKRs in your organization. A good guideline is to not just do what others do, but to do what works for your organization. Common sense and assessing your organization’s real capabilities and maturity is key. Appropriate readiness

Brief history of Objectives Management

Setting targets, goals, objectives – you name it - has been a quest of modern organizations for about 70 years. Let’s have a closer look at the history and evolution of the goal-setting methodologies to understand how OKRs became so popular.