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Objectives and Key Results: Talking with Christine Nathaniel

October 19, 2016, by Denisse Gutierrez

OKRs system has been a popular method for aligning personal and business goals. Intel started the practice, Google popularized it, and others like Linkedin and Twitter have benefited from it.

In this episode of People & Business Podcast, we talk with Christine Nathaniel, Director of Customer Success at 7Geese. She shared her expertise on how to implement OKRs and why is it important to be clear on how personal objectives tie to company results.


Christine Nathaniel

Director of Customer Success at 7Geese

Christine has worked with hundreds of organizations to move away from traditional reviews to continuous performance management, including the Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) goal setting methodology.

She is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) candidate and has a background in account management, training and social media marketing.

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The Unique Domain Language of the Travel Industry

October 13, 2016, by Judith Garcia

Getting into a new project is challenging. Daunting even.
It’s not enough to know your way around the tech stack. But something that will probably be entirely new for you will be the project’s domain language.

This is what I went through when I transitioned from healthcare to the travel industry.

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Bad Word of the Day: Hierarchy

October 5, 2016, by Matt Perez

As in, power hierarchy. There are plenty of hierarchies in nature, all around us. Including the ones encased in our skulls, made up of neurons. The good hierarchies are dynamic and adaptable. Stifling hierarchies are fixed, static, and serve only to encode the pyramid of “sacred rulers.” Give yourself a chance to grow. Change your […]

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The DojoLIVE! Interviews: What It Has Been Like to Connect with Experts Like You

October 4, 2016, by Carlos Ponce

It’s been a whole year since I started this craziness called DojoLIVE!. Its reach has gone beyond what I had originally expected, and its scope beyond the software development realm.

The DojoLIVE! video broadcasts are now viewed by a very broad audience, ranging from interns to executives who want to interact with our sought-after speakers, business leaders, and software development celebrities.

Here’s how to become part of the DojoLIVE!

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