Thoughts on product management, OKRs, and staying agile from Jeff Gothelf
Jeff Gothelfa few seconds ago
Why and how to break down big assumptions for more successful work
Jeff Gothelf14 days ago
70-80% is the sweet spot. Hitting 100 means you're not trying hard enough.
Jeff Gothelfa month ago
Penpot Co-founder Pablo Ruiz-Múzquiz puts listening at the center
Jeff Gothelf2 months ago
How Vistaly founder Matt O’Connell gets creative with discovery
How Steve Cohn built Winware by talking to customers first
Jeff Gothelf3 months ago
All teams are responsible for the customer experience. All teams need to coordinate to make it excellent.
Using your goals to align on a direction, map potential solutions, and refine your release strategy
How hypotheses combine humility, customer-centricity, and storytelling to realistically frame your work
Jeff Gothelf4 months ago
The secret to writing effective key results
Jeff Gothelf5 months ago
The questions you answer change as you scale
What to account for and set up to scale the cycle successfully
Jeff Gothelf6 months ago
The most effective OKR-setting process involves both leaders and teams. Go top-down and bottom-up.
Level-set your goals, align with adjacent teams, and tell a good story
Jeff Gothelf7 months ago
De-risk big change and prove the model with one team first
How to identify your organization’s targets from strategic statements
Jeff Gothelf8 months ago
Scaling success depends on having a strategy that everyone understands
8 months ago
This understanding will change your business at every level
Using shared understanding and collaboration to make informed, successful PM decisions
9 months ago
Implementing a new framework is just the beginning. To ensure success, watch out for these 4 OKR traps.
Where business outcomes fit in the Lean UX Canvas and OKRs
10 months ago
4 ways using OKRs actually improves managers’ roles and skills
Middle managers can strongly influence the success of OKRs. Here's how.
a year ago
Each problem a team takes on needs to be leveled correctly or they risk setting themselves up for failure
How to kick off your teams' product discovery work successfully