February 19, 2019
At the start of each quarter, one of the things I enjoy the most is setting passive-aggressive OKRs. Yeah, I am a lot of fun to work with. In general, I think people underestimate the potential of fringe management approaches such as embracing awkwardness or practicing the art of passive-aggressiveness – but, that’s a whole another
February 18, 2019
OKRs are simple, but not easy. The main problem people have when defining their OKRs is switching from an output (what I need to do) to an outcome (what I need to achieve) mindset. This is particularly true in functions such as software development, where releasing features [on time] and fixing bugs has traditionally been
February 13, 2019
Gtmhub is designed from day one as a distributed, horizontally scalable, reliable and secure system. Over the past years, we have made sure that we not only develop a product that is enjoyable to use but also made sure that our customers and us can have peace of mind knowing that their data is secure with
There is a lot of talk about the value (or not) of stretch goals. Practiced and preached for decades, stretch goals are not new. However, in our experience, we see an emerging misunderstanding of what stretching means, and how to achieve stretch performance.
February 11, 2019
When we first introduced the Hub, it only displayed Key Results so that anyone could easily find and update them. With the improvements below, all users will benefit from a view that is richer in context, and that makes updating and reviewing progress very easy.     Here are two new things that will make the
February 4, 2019
What is relevance? Yuval Noah Harari’s latest book, 21 lessons for the 21st Century is a great quick read. Describing how new technologies are impacting labour markets, Harari identifies a new threat to workers everywhere: irrelevance. Whereas workers in the 20th century were at risk of exploitation, in the future, billions of workers will face the prospect
February 1, 2019
With our customers’ invaluable feedback, Gtmhub is getting better every week. And sometimes, those improvements might affect your daily interaction with the product. What’s next? The Pulse section in the header will disappear, but you’re able to access it for a little while longer by clicking on the Gtmhub logo (in the top left of
January 25, 2019
The Inbox draws all comments in Gtmhub together in one place. (And there are lots of places where you can comment). Before the Inbox, comments would often go unnoticed. With the Inbox, any relevant comments will show up in your Inbox. Have a question about an Insight? Mention someone from your data team and your comment
December 20, 2018
We’re happy to announce these updates to Gtmhub!  The Hub  We created a Hub for you. We want all our users to know what they need to do next. Need to update your Key Result? Want to add a note so you can keep your team in the loop? We’ll have it in your Hub.
December 1, 2018
Gtmhub helps companies align teams around what matters most. Most often, our customers use Objective and Key Results (OKRs) to define what needs to be achieved, and how to measure progress. But OKRs are means to an end.
October 31, 2018
Following on yesterday’s news of Al Rey joining Gtmhub, it is with great pleasure that we are announcing today that Shawn Azman is joining Gtmhub. Shawn’s analytical skills, ability to quickly grasp complex problems, digest them into workable chunks and provide solutions to those are unparalleled. Shawn is joining us from a very successful episode
It is with great pleasure that we announce today that Al Rey will be joining Gtmhub as a Chief Sales Officer, North America. Al is a specialist in scaling Sales and Customer Success organizations of companies that have found product / market fit. Al is joining after remarkable journey at Leanplum, a wildly successful San
At Gtmhub, we’ve been doing OKRs for over 3 years now (duh!). We help a lot of our customers with advice and experience – so, one would think that we never struggle with OKRs. And, one would be wrong. The struggle is the point Today during our weekly OKRs retrospective meeting we started a discussion
October 22, 2018
In this blog series, we will be looking at the potential return on investment from implementing Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). Across 5 articles we will look a how the different characteristics of OKRs drive return on investment (ROI). In this second article, we will review how measurement drives performance.
October 3, 2018
One of the reasons I am so grateful to work at Gtmhub is that we get to work with some of the best organisations, doing amazing things, performing at the highest level. However, even the best organisations struggle. In a recent engagement with a large, publicly traded company, we identified the following key challenges: Prioritisation. When
September 24, 2018
In this blog series, we will be looking at the potential return on investment from implementing Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). Across 5 articles we will look a how the different characteristics of OKRs drive return on investment (ROI). In this first article, we will review how stretch goals drive performance.
September 21, 2018
OKRs are a proven system to enhance organizational efficiency and performance but for individuals, the matrix is more complex. Should OKRs be used to incentivize individuals? How can you do this effectively, and without compromising performance?
The world welcomed more Unicorns recently. A Unicorn is a privately owned company with a valuation in excess of $1B. Most of them have one thing in common. A not so secret ingredient.
It is with great pleasure that we announce today that Jenny Herald will be joining Gtmhub as a Chief Product Officer. An exceptional story Jenny has a unique career, which started in the US Air Force and US Navy subsequently. Though her background is in finance and operations, she has found her true calling in
September 20, 2018
In order to provide even better customer service, today we have launched a brand new Gtmhub Public Issue Tracker. What’s in it for you? With the new Gtmhub Public Issue Tracker you can: Submit new feature suggestions Suggest improvements Report bugs and Request technical assistance While all of this was possible always, you can now