natelandau + management   22

Team Playbook
tep-by-step instructions for tracking your team's health, and new ways of working ("plays") that build your Get $#!τ Done™ muscle. Use the plays on their own, or in concert with Atlassian tools.
management  reference 
july 2018 by natelandau
Four Models for Managing Digital at Your Organization
The right structure and leadership for digital at your organization will impact your performance more than any other digital initiative.
business  management 
june 2018 by natelandau
As Media Companies Go Digital, Who's in Charge?
Companies that make the tough choices and establish truly digital ways of working will position themselves to move forward as speedier, nimbler, and more efficient organizations.
business  management 
june 2018 by natelandau
Worksheets & Tools
I've created these tools to help you manage your energy drain, set expectations with your team, game plan your 1:1s, and so much more! They stem from the most-common topics that come up in my coaching practice, and I use them throughout my management workshops, too.
june 2018 by natelandau
Reaching Peak Meeting Efficiency
Meetings are either a necessary evil or necessarily evil, depending on who you ask. Meetings are undeniably the most important tool for building a diverse, high-performance team with shared values.
may 2018 by natelandau
OKR and Agile
can enable autonomous teams that are focused on delivering value instead of features.
management  OKRs 
march 2018 by natelandau
The traditional hierarchy is reaching its limits, but “flat management” alternatives lack the rigor needed to run a business effectively. Holacracy is a third-way: it brings structure and discipline to a peer-to-peer workplace.
management  business 
march 2018 by natelandau
Your Holacracy Companion
march 2018 by natelandau
Org Hacking
I think I’m getting close to coming full-circle on Holacracy. At first I was totally psyched by how radically innovative it is; then the skeptic in me kicked in and it seemed more like an idealistic…
march 2018 by natelandau
How to Rands
Hi, welcome to the team. I’m so glad you are here at $COMPANY. It’s going to take a solid quarter to figure this place out. I understand the importance of first impressions, and I know you want to get a check in the win column, but this is a complex place full of equally complex… More
march 2018 by natelandau
Why Successful Startups Stumble at 40+ Employees
Last week I got a call from Patrick an ex-student I hadn’t heard from for 8 years. He was now the CEO of a company and wanted to talk about what he admitted was a “first world” problem. Over…
business  entrepreneurship  management 
august 2017 by natelandau
OKR Overview
What are OKR Goals and How to Use them: Key Tactics, OKR Examples, Insights from Google and Links to Focused Resources. Bonus - Free EBooks.
management  OKRs 
june 2017 by natelandau
software elevates the performance and engagement of employees by consistently asking questions and starting the right conversations.
OKRs  management 
april 2017 by natelandau
A 3x3x3 Perspective for getting your Vision, Strategy, and Product aligned
I’m sure you’ve run into Simon Sinek’s TED talk on the Golden Circle where he made the case for how great leaders communicate differently — leading first with their why (or purpose), then describing…
productMngmt  OKRs  management 
april 2017 by natelandau
20 Product Prioritization Techniques: A Map and Guided Tour
An in-depth overview of 20 product prioritization techniques and a periodic table to make sense of them all.
projectManagement  management 
january 2017 by natelandau
What’s the Second Job of a Startup CEO?
When startup CEOs start to scale their companies, they need to redefine themselves and their roles or risk stunting the potential of their startups.
business  management 
december 2016 by natelandau
Phacility - Home
Phabricator hosting and support from the core development team
app  management 
july 2016 by natelandau
How Chipotle transformed itself by upending its approach to management
Fundamental to Chipotle's transformation is something they call the restaurateur program, which allows hourly crew members to become managers earning well over $100,000 a year.
management  business 
april 2014 by natelandau

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