Thursday, April 11, 2019
1) Consider a hex grid board with customer facing organizational units on the outer edge, and supporting units towards the center.
2) Build out possible experiments by building an experiment hypothesis template: If we try <experiment>, we will <metric> will move <direction>. The proposed cost for this experiment is X, and it is low/medium/high risk.
3. Add event cards, to show naturally occurring change.
4. Make experiments non-deterministic: roll a die (or something) to see if the hypothetical results are achieved. Some may make the metrics worse!
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
- Shared / recapped what OKRs are (Objectives & Key Results)
- Talked about what makes for a good Objective (Ambitious and Aspirational) and what makes for a good Key Result (Measurable and Challenging)
- I shared my two for the current quarter and elicited feedback on them and how to make them better
- The group came up with some ideas for their own OKRs.
Pictures attached for what that looked like.