I’ve got acquainted with Bo Pedersen through mutual contact at about time we’ve started Gtmhub. Since then, I’ve kept in touch with Bo and we’ve discussed many aspects of Gtmhub’s value proposition and go to market approaches.
Bottom line In order to stand a greater chance of success, take a fresh look at your vision and mission before embarking on an implementation of OKRs. Only then focus on getting into a quarterly rhythm of setting and managing Objectives, measured by Key Results.
Gtmhub allows users to create custom insights. In a nutshell, with custom insights you can slice and dice all the data in Gtmhub and then visualize it within Gtmhub insightboards. You can learn how to make new insights in our documentation. Today, however, we released a big improvement that helps you make stunning insights even
In this post we are going to explore how business can frictionlessly implement OKRs across the organization. As always, any new process or way of doing things, is bound to face resistance and pushback. That’s is human nature. And rightly so. Most of the times, introducing a new process means more bureaucracy and paperwork for
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”.
Objectives and Key Metrics, or short OKRs, are a popular method for laying out a vision, defining strategy and tracking the progress of a business. Originally, this technique was invented at Intel. Some of the prominent companies using OKRs are Google, Twitter, LinkedIn and Zynga…
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
Apparently, most of us are ready to wear a plastic armband that needs to be charged every few days, so that we can be 100% sure we made 10,000 steps a day. Not 9,754 or, God forbid, 8,943 steps. It has to be 10,000 – because that’s the goal. Oh yes… and we have to
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.
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