The OKR podcast is a podcast for leaders who want to unlock their full organization's growth potential, leveraging the OKR technique and other cutting-edge strategies.While many recognize the power of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) to accelerate outcomes and foster a growth and outcomes culture, there is a dearth of information on how to do them well and reap their full benefit. That’s where this podcast comes in!We’ll help you learn to align and measure results pervasively, manage fast to grow fast, and, most importantly, achieve the powerful objectives you’ve identified.Episodes will feature topics such as: establishing executive OKRs, team alignment, results accountability, data-driven decision making, growth strategy, leading for speed, and other topics.
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Iterable Captures the Energy of Alignment to Fuel its Exponential Growth
Iterable's Chief Operating Officer, Jeff Samuels, and Chief of Staff, Nicole Watkins, join Deidre Paknad in this week's OKR Podcast to share how they are maximizing inflection points at their rapidly scaling company by accelerating lateral and vertical alignment and learning with OKRs and WorkBoard. For Iterable, using the OKR framework has had a significant impact on their ability to operationalize their strategy by providing each team with transparency, a real purpose, and meaning in their everyday work.
The Magic of Momentum
3M Automotive & Aerospace Division president Steve Shafer shares his observations on the potency of momentum to accelerate transformation and outcomes. It's hard to define, obvious when you see and when you don't have it -- but it's what winning teams have in common. Hear how Steve uses OKRs and a growth mindset to amplify his organization's best possible outcomes.
The 411 on Product & Engineering OKRs
Sameera Moinpour, VP - Strategic Services and Susan Mallaney, Manager - Strategic Services have coached thousands of product and engineering teams to great OKRs.
In this podcast, they discuss common OKR questions, concerns, learnings and aha's, across many product and engineering organizations.
Aligning Fast and Deep to Drive Results w/ Denise Kanfield
Denise Kanfield drives the OKR and results program at Cisco. Before that, she was a business agility and transformation leader at Thomson Reuters for three years. Denise has done OKRs at three different companies, and she intentionally sought out a role to lead OKRs and results management. We sat down with her to tap the breadth and depth of her knowledge in the OKR space.
The Interplay of Agile, OKRs and Design Thinking
I first met Rob when he was working with Cisco on their move to agile and I was working with them on the move to OKRs — peanut butter and chocolate! We discuss how strategy and execution improve and accelerate with these frameworks.
Learning is Leading
Erin talks about alignment and measurement muscle, how shared OKRs drive the One Microsoft vision, and why learning is the key to, well, everything.
LOVE! Great Podcast show for businesses!
I really enjoyed listening to this podcast. The episode on Trust and Alignment in the workplace was fantastic, and I wish all workplaces would integrate some of the ideals that were shared in this episode into their SOP. I won't spoil the episodes for those who haven't listened yet, but I will say that I am definitely a fan!
Practical and powerful. Gear to learn from the experts and organizations that are driving adoption at enterprise scale.
Promotional Podcast for Work Board?
The podcast seems to be directed at executives that have been trained by Work Board and use the Work Board app. Unfortunately the podcast is not billed as such.
I want to learn about OKR and how to apply the principles. The podcast doesn’t seem to to share very much information and hardly gives any examples until episode 3 (which seemed more like a promo for that company than an example of OKR), which was the most informative by far.
The production values were fine. I could hear the words but sometimes the audio seemed to speed up which made me check the speed control on the app. Also, it is an interview “shmoozing” podcast, which I personally don’t prefer. But you might like it. There is little other production, no music, etc. And I hear much more from the host then I would expect, episode 2 is nearly all host.
There is so much to cover in OKR and this podcast seems to miss the mark.