Leadership

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5 Essential Traits of Organizational Goals

Setting goals undoubtedly is one of the most important things an organization can do to align their employees and move forward. We composed a list of 5 of the most important traits of organizational goals that help you get the most out of them....

Forget About Goals, Improve Your Team With Habits

Self-improvement of teams by setting goals has limited chances of success. Learn how forming habits can help....

What Do You Provide That Makes Me Feel Better?

Last week I finished The value creation master class by Seth Godin. It was insightful to the work we do at Studiorupt. One question from the...

Beat the Big Bad Hairy Change Monster

Change can be scary. Especially for those who are expected to change, but aren't part of creating the plans. You can do better!...

How to Make Sure You Are Inspiring Your People.

Almost 10 years ago Simon Sinek gave his talk about “How great leaders inspire action” at TEDx. Today this is still a convincing story. If you haven’t read the book yet, I can recommend doing so....

The Self-Organizing Leadership Paradox

An increasing amount of organizations are turning to self-organizing teams. The typical structure for self-organizing teams is the “no leader”-approach. But is leadership really no longer necessary?...

Does Your Team Know Why?

It is the product owner’s responsibility to provide a vision and backlog to its team; not a set in stone project definition. That‘s why the product owner should make sure its team understands Why first....

Results Driven Backlogs: Keep an Eye on Your Fuel Gauge

Teams that operate without metrics are basically doing the project equivalent of driving around without a fuel gauge, speedometer or navigation. A Results Driven Backlog shows project teams where to direct their attention. They can empirically determine which goals need to be worked on next....

Create an Organizational Heartbeat

Organizations that switch to self-organizing teams with the intention to increase autonomy, often forget that this adjustment on how teams are lead also means there isn't a single leader anymore....

Successful Goal Setting using the OKR Method

Simply having a goal is not enough. You can tell yourself that you want to earn a million dollars all you want, but if you do not actually have a plan for making that money, you’ll never achieve that goal.This is where the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) method can help....

Aligning Goals With the Alignment Canvas

The purpose of this canvas is twofold. First, it will help you define objectives and key results for a specific period. By following all the steps, you will shape, align and solidify your goals. Next, a completed canvas serves as a document to show and discuss goals and expectations....

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