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When timing matters: Time framed KRs

Sometimes just setting a goal and metrics, an objective and key results it’s not enough. Sometimes timing matters – especially if your OKRs implementation is flavored with a pinch of project management. So, here come the “Time framed KRs”.

January 16, 2017

Usability metrics, OKRs and transparency

Measuring the usability and the overall user experience wasn’t very popular for many years, mostly because it requires a lot of resources – suitable facility, time, evaluators etc. Fortunately in the last few years the interest in the usability tests even with the small vendors increased. There are now online services that would do the

November 1, 2016

The legend is born: Cross-system metrics

One of the initial  (maybe the first?) very fundamental ideas behind the Gtmhub platform was to provide easy way to get valuable insights from all of the business systems across the company by sourcing, cleaning and matching the data. While this may sound vague or too general I want to stress on “all business systems”.

May 30, 2016

My first experience with the Gtmhub's insight platform

Gtmhub provides a platform to develop custom insights – from the algorithm that crunches the data to the UI (insight widgets we call them). The insight engine is powered by the R language which didn’t mean anything to me until soon. However, I decided to do a test run on our platform to see what could kind of

May 20, 2016

Introducing the Simple Styling Framework

With the first official release of gtmhub we introduce the Simple Styling Framework. The goal of SSF is to help widget developers create beautiful insight widgets without wasting too much time on visualisation. Being based on Twitter’s Bootstrap and following its conventions the SSF can be adopted in minutes.

May 16, 2016