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Giant Talk: The World's First OKR Podcast is now in its fourth season. Hosted by Lawrence Walsh, OKR expert and Strategy & Leadership Coach, this weekly podcast dives into the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) methodology, focusing on the successes and challenges facing growing businesses and how OKRs can be the catalyst for agile growth. Giant Talk is now streaming in partnership with Koan. Koan provide a simple, collaborative way to manage goals and OKRs for your entire company.
 
Learn from the leadership journey of Greater Washington DC region changemakers and global thought leaders so you can align better with your purpose, grow professionally with meaning, and have a greater impact. Each week Mahan Tavakoli sits down for an intimate conversation with diverse leaders to learn from their leadership journeys so we can all improve, grow, and have a greater impact. PartneringLeadership.com
 
Overwhelmed by all the hats you wear in life? Listen in as Erik Fisher talks with productivity experts as they share how they implement practical productivity strategies in their personal and professional lives. We explore all aspects of productivity and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life.
 
A podcast on strategy, goals, and growth. With the industry’s experts and greatest thought-leaders, we'll cover topics on Objectives & Key Results (OKRs), Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), strategy and everything in-between. This podcast is brought to you by Perdoo: The OKR platform used by tomorrow's market leaders to turn strategy into results. For more information about Perdoo, head over to: www.perdoo.com.
 
How can Product Teams start to make decisions based on evidence and data, instead of opinions? And which tools help product teams to understand problems worth solving, before jumping into feature ideas and UI details? The Product Thoughts Podcast delivers bite-sized, actionable advice for challenges like these and many more. Hosted by Tim Herbig, a veteran Product Leader with 10+ years of experience, this podcast provides insights product managers can start using immediately to become the be ...
 
Listen in on exclusive interviews with various subject matter experts in the business and personal planning world. Each expert shares key insights that every business owner needs to know. For example, you'll learn about expensive misconceptions from Jack Quarles that most business owners commonly believe. Exit Readiness co-founder, Pat Ennis, draws out the most valuable trips through engaging conversation. He hosts the podcast alongside Walter Dehyle, CPA, ABV, CExP™, CEPA. You can easily li ...
 
Welcome to the brightest and inspiring podcasts of India, it's TATS the podcasts by ADITYA MULUKURI. The great feature for your bright future. TATS podcasts is completely focused to the youngest lightening minds around the world and India. This podcasts lets you to listen the greatest talks about self-help, personality development, bussiness ethics, spirituality and motivation to the future leaders of India by some growing and successful people around India and world and also by the host Adi ...
 
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Welcome to 100 PM – the show where we interview one hundred active product managers – from startups to enterprise and everything in between all from one great city every season. If you’re joining us for the first time be sure to visit our website – 100productmanagers.com – the web’s largest single free resource for product management topics. We’ve got tons of great articles about business, technology and design, fabulous contributors and recommended reads courtesy of our incredible guests, w ...
 
The Ingeniously Simple podcast provides an under the hood look at how we design, build and manage Redgate's portfolio of products. We'll discuss all aspects of our product development process, with insights into how we approach research, design, engineering, product management and delivery; as part of a strong, cross-functional team culture that promotes agility, collaboration and learning.
 
Since publishing best-selling book, Project to Product, technology business leader, Dr. Mik Kersten, has introduced transformative frameworks and ideas for delivering software at scale. He has given numerous standing room only keynotes and presentations worldwide and is an internationally recognized thought-leader. In this podcast, Mik + One, nothing is off the record as Mik sits down with industry leading guests and delves into how they deliver value and drive digital transformations in the ...
 
Do you have the next big idea, but not sure how to launch it? Or do you have a small business and want to take it to the next level? Welcome to the Surf Goggles Chronicles - a bipolar business roller coaster. From concept to market, through horror and success learn how Kurtis and Jon launched Kurtis Eyewear from their garage to 65 countries worldwide. From a prototype of tin foil and rubber bands, learn how these 2 guys navigated, patents, trademarks, sourcing, manufacturing, marketing, e-co ...
 
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For this exciting episode we're delighted to be joined by our own head giant, Roger Longden, alongside CEO of Ally, Vetri Vellore. Host Lawrence dives into the conversation about how changing environments are impacting productivity and prioritisation within the workplace How can hybrid and remote working interplay with OKRs? Download our joint eboo…
 
This is the sixth episode in my series on High Output Management by Andy Grove. In this episode, you’ll learn about the three stages of the planning process, the output of the planning process, and management by objectives and key results (OKRs). You can watch the previous episodes here: Episode 1: Andy Grove, Intel's early history, and the three c…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Richard Bynum, Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer at PNC, shares the many leadership lessons he learned while at the American Red Cross and in his various roles at PNC. Richard Bynum also shares why and how he intends to have an impact on reducing systemic inequities by leading the implementation of PNC…
 
This is the eight episode in my series on High Output Management by Andy Grove. In this episode, you'll learn about dual reporting, peer groups as technical supervisors, how to make hybrid organizations work, and the two-plane organization. You can watch the previous episodes here: Episode 1: Andy Grove, Intel's early history, and the three core co…
 
John Quayle is an Operations Professional for small businesses, startups, and brands that are economies of one. Three months ago, he became the Chief of Staff at Four Growers, a startup that’s revolutionizing farming with robots that can pick ripe fruit in greenhouses. Jenny and John discuss false limitations, OKRs, what exactly is the role of a Ch…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Michele Wucker, author of The Gray Rhino and You Are What You Risk, explains the origin of the concept of gray rhino and how to use it to improve decision making. Michelle Wucker also shares how to spot a gray rhino and strategies for dealing with grey rhinos by applying her 5-stage framework. Michele also …
 
This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is with Nir Eyal on conquering distractions. You can listen to all the shortcasts of Beyond The To-Do list for free by going to blinkist.co…
 
Believe me or not, procrastination is not laziness Procrastination is often confused with laziness, but they are very different. Thank you so much for listening this episode of THE ADITYA TALKS AND SHOW. Please do a review for this episode, so I can improve my content. Do follow me here on this audio platform so you never gonna miss any episode of …
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, David Rubenstein, co-founder & co-chairman of Carlyle Group & President of the Economic Club of Washington DC, shares his journey from working at the White House to starting one of the largest private equity investment firms globally. He also talks about his leadership lessons, philanthropy, Peer-to-Peer in…
 
Today, we're delighted to be joined by Ana Becker-Weinberg, Chief of Staff at Unbabel. Ana has worked as chief of staff and strategic advisor to businesses for over a decade, first in the professional service space and most recently in tech scale-ups. Ana works very closely with the CEO, but also sits on the leadership team at Unbabel and leads man…
 
This is the seventh episode in my series on High Output Management by Andy Grove. In this episode, you'll learn about the centralization-decentralization dichotomy and mission-oriented, functional, and hybrid organizations. You can watch the previous episodes here: Episode 1: Andy Grove, Intel's early history, and the three core concepts of High Ou…
 
Dorie Clark is an Adjunct Professor of Business Administration at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and a Visiting Professor for IE Business School in Madrid. She has guest lectured at Harvard Business School, the Harvard Kennedy School, Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, the Wharton School, the MIT Sloan School of Manageme…
 
This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is with Laura Vanderkam on remote work productivity. You can listen to all the shortcasts of Beyond The To-Do list for free by going to bli…
 
Hope you all have been had a kick ass summer!! It's just about time for my favorite season of Fall to take hold... hoodies, soups, fires, naked dance parties with all my friends.... you know... good times. By now hopefully you are all vaccinated so we can get out to shows and catch some great bands playing live and stuff!! Can't wait to see all of …
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Mark Johnson, co-founder and senior partner at Innosight. Innosight is a growth strategy consulting firm focused on helping leaders design and create the future instead of being disrupted. Mark Johnson focuses on growth strategy and disruptive transformation and has authored many …
 
Rob Bernshteyn’s definition of product-market-fit is having “the least lines of code with the maximum amount of value and the highest willingness to pay for that value.” Rob is the CEO of Coupa, the leading business-spend management platform. He’s a product-led and metrics-driven CEO. So, naturally, this conversation is all about product and SaaS m…
 
A fairly significant percentage of the business owners we talk to and work with, have some level of interest in potentially selling their business to insiders key employees who have helped build the business. Co-owners who also work in the business or perhaps children who work in the business. Planning a sale to insiders is not without risk includi…
 
Allan chats with Kevin Garber of Ukufu, an app that simplifies content and notes. Show notes: Ukufu is about 2 years old and has mostly been a Hybrid Team that gets together 2x per week All of their processes have been setup for a distributed-first configuration They plugged in a little bit of in-office interactions to build team rapport With COVID…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli talks with Beth Johnson, Founder and CEO of RP3 Agency. Beth Johnson shares the setback that helped birth RP3 and the organization's many successes over the years. Beth Johnson also shared why she initially became involved in the community and including her involvement in Washington Area Wome…
 
Megan McNealy has devoted her career to helping others achieve their highest potential-- by helping clients attain financial freedom through her wealth management career, and by helping readers and audiences master total well-being through her impactful work as a well-being and success thought leader. In Reinvent the Wheel, McNealy takes on the mis…
 
This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is with Stanley Robertson on Why Quitting is the Last Principle of Success. If you're interested, you can listen to all the rest of the sho…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Dr. Irene Butter, a professor, peace activist, and holocaust survivor. Irene Butter shares why she decided to break her silence and tell the story of her family's experience through the Holocaust, first by sharing her story on stages and at schools and by eventually publishing her…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Danny Vargas, US Air Force veteran, founder of VARCom Solutions, and community leader, shares impactful stories from his life, from growing up on welfare to becoming an award-winning and noted business & community leader. He also shares his mission to represent and give light to the contributions of the Ame…
 
The product roadmap can be an incredibly useful planning tool that aligns the stakeholders and development teams and communicates how a product is likely to evolve. Sadly, that’s not the case for all roadmaps. To ensure that your product roadmap is effective, you should make it goal-oriented or outcome-based, shared, and actionable, as I explain in…
 
Today, we're delighted to be joined by Matt Tucker of Koan and Jared Wiener from Prosper Portland. Matt Tucker is CEO and Founder at Koan the OKR platform and Jared is Project Manager at Prosper Portland, a local company working to build an equitable economy in Portland. In this episode we talk about diversity, equity and inclusivity, a topic that …
 
Aaron Dignan is the founder of The Ready, an organization design and transformation firm that helps institutions like Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Airbnb, and charity: water change the way they work. He is a co-founder of responsive.org, an investor in purpose-driven startups, and a friend to misfit toys. Aaron’s new book is Brave New Work: Are Yo…
 
This is the fifth episode in my series on High Output Management by Andy Grove. In this episode, you'll learn about the ideal decision-making process, the peer group syndrome, and the six questions you need to answer before making a decision. You can watch the previous episodes here: Episode 1: Andy Grove, Intel's early history, and the three core …
 
This is the fourth episode in my series on High Output Management by Andy Grove. In this episode, you'll learn about the two different types of meetings, process-oriented and mission-oriented, how to use meetings to increase leverage, and how much time you spend in meetings. You can watch the previous episodes here: Episode 1: Andy Grove, Intel's e…
 
This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is all about the power of habits and how to create them, and is created from my episode with James Clear the author of Atomic Habits. If yo…
 
I have heard so many times people quoting "Man without a dream or a vision shall perish". And today in this episode I would like to discuss about what if you don't have any goal/aim or any vision of your own future. Thank you so much for listening this episode of THE ADITYA TALKS AND SHOW. Please do a review for this episode, so I can improve my co…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli shares how leaders can effectively lead through uncertainty. With everything going on in the world, leaders might find it frustrating not knowing or being able to predict what’s ahead. Mahan mentions why the only certainty in the near future is that there will be greater uncertainty and share…
 
One of the areas we certainly don’t have expertise in, but our business owner clients continually struggle with is creating and executing on a marketing plan. And they find including the marketing piece…and more specifically digital marketing…in their long-term plan for growth difficult…because it just seems to change…or need to change often… So we…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Dax Devlon Ross, non-profit executive, equity consultant, and author of several books, including his latest work, Letters to My White Male Friends. Dax talks about his experiences growing up in Sheppard Park, DC, attending the mostly white Sidwell Friends school, and playing baske…
 
Juliet Funt is a renowned keynote speaker and tough-love advisor to the Fortune 500. She is an evangelist for freeing the potential of companies by unburdening their talent from busywork. Her new book is 'A Minute to Think: Reclaim Creativity, Conquer Busyness, and Do Your Best Work'. In this conversation Juliet talks about how to reclaim creativit…
 
Allan of RemoteCompass chats with Owen Lansbury, Co-Founder & Chair of PreviousNext. Founded in 2009, the company has been building large-scale Drupal websites for high-profile clients in Australia. Notes: Owen has been into remote work for many years. He started his business living in a remote area using solar power and satellite internet. This di…
 
This is the third episode in my series on High Output Management by Andy Grove. In this episode, you'll learn about the five main managerial activities, how to increase managerial output through leverage, delegation and time management, the correct number of direct reports, and how to deal with interruptions. You can watch the previous episodes her…
 
Your podcast host Jenny has some exciting news to share with you all; she is expecting her first baby very soon which means she will be going on maternity leave. Jenny hands over the Giant Talk reins to Carly, who joined There Be Giants last month. Carly joins us now for a quick introduction before going live with her first podcast in September.…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Alain Hunkins, keynote speaker, facilitator, coach, and author of the best-selling book Cracking the Leadership Code: Three Secrets to Building Strong Leaders. Alain Hunkins shared principles and practices of effective leadership and the power of connection, communication, and col…
 
Our topic today is “When You Start Making A Big Decision, First Talk with The People Involved” Our guest is Sam Klaidman of Middlesex Consulting. Sam has a has a BS in Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering and has held positions as an Experimental Physicist, missile test engineer, Manufacturing Engineering Manager, Master Scheduler, VP Manufacturi…
 
Hi everyone and welcome to this episode on the Agile Atelier podcast. Today, I’ll be chatting with Roman Pichler on the topic of Scaling a Product. Roman Pichler is a product management expert specialised in digital products. He has helped advance product management over the past 10 years by developing new practices that help agile… Continue readin…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Monsignor John Enzler, President and CEO of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, shares impactful stories from his childhood, his journey becoming a priest, and leadership lessons he’s learned through leading many charitable initiatives. Father John also explains the power of “yes” and the i…
 
If I ask you one straight question what's the best quotient we should observe in a man? Emotional quotient or intelligence quotient? If you said EQ, I really appreciate you! Remember When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion! And today in this episode I would like to describe About…
 
Today, we're delighted to be joined by Nikolaus Lang of Boston Consulting Group. Nikolaus has worked for BCG for nearly 25 years, he heads their Global Advantage practice & is Founder and Director of the Centre for Mobility Innovation. He also has a PhD in Business Administration, is an honorary professor at Gallen University, lecturing in ecosyste…
 
Grant Crowell is a virtual events trainer, a creative communication skills facilitator, a neurodiversity speaker and author. His book is 'GRANTASMS: Creative twisted words for cool people!'. In this conversation, Grant talks about how to use creative techniques to improve workplace communication. This episode is bought to you by: Postie Setapp…
 
When decentralized blockchain protocols start displacing the centralized web services that dominate the current Internet, we'll start to see real internet-based sovereignty. The future Internet will be decentralized. says people all around the world! Thank you so much for listening this episode of THE ADITYA TALKS AND SHOW. Please do a review for t…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Dr. Natalie Nixon, creativity strategist, global keynote speaker, and author of the award-winning book The Creativity Leap, shares why it is essential to unleash creativity for ourselves and in leading our teams and organizations. Some highlights: -Dr. Natalie Nixon’s childhood and how her family inspired h…
 
If you've read "Measure What Matters" you've probably come across the term cascading OKRs. Typically, when you think of cascading OKRs, top-down rigid cascading is what comes to mind. In an ideal world, rigid cascading seems logical — it gives an impression that an entire organization is pulling in the same direction. In reality organizations are s…
 
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Doyle Mitchell, President and CEO of Industrial Bank, shares memories from his childhood and how Industrial Bank, the largest and oldest minority-owned commercial bank in the Greater Washington DC DMV region, came to be. He also shares the struggles he’s faced as a black business owner and his hopes for bla…
 
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