The virtual seminar will begin promptly at 1:30 PM, preceded by 15 minutes for socializing and networking. Come early to meet your fellow Triangle UXPA members and talk shop!
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You can fail from lack of trying or you can fail trying to make big things happen. When failures come with hard work and learning-they’re the kind worth celebrating. If you believe change is possible, then Christina’s seminar is for you.
Christina Wodtke has been using Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) to build teams that enjoy a shared purpose and phenomenal success.
OKRs consist of bold objectives (your team’s mission) and the key results (measurable actions) it takes to reach them. It’s a technique designed to tackle and realize goals in a methodical way, leaving nothing to chance. OKRs delight both creatives and data driven types.
Commit to bold objectives and key results
Fine-tune your objectives with wins and fails
Establish a pace for measuring and tweaking results
Cascade objectives and key results throughout your organization
Attend this seminar if you want to:
Objectives and Key Results is a system that causes little disruption and has a huge positive impact. OKRs were developed by Intel and adopted by Google, and are currently utilized by a growing number of successful Silicon Valley companies. It’s your turn!
Christina Wodtke knows that dreams don’t happen without a plan and learning. She doesn’t just teach about Objectives and Key Results, she used them to change her own life. When work stress compromised her health and shadowed her ambition, OKRs gave Christina the tools to design and realize a life worth living.
Christina loves a challenge. She asks questions like how can we build together? How can we create accountability and inspire outlandish dreams? OKRs are her answer.
Christina has helped grow companies like LinkedIn, Yahoo, and the New York Times. She’s the author of the bestselling book Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web and is working on a new book about OKRs. She speaks worldwide about the human experience in information spaces and writes at eleganthack.com.
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