We aren’t solely the hosts of the present however to date we additionally do the number of the matters ourselves. Analysis what’s attention-grabbing. Discover numerous topics and friends, and so forth. And generally friends make it simpler for us. They submit on our inner platform a message….
“What’s the superlative of bragging? I don’t suppose I can go any additional than telling you that I co-wrote a ebook. And naturally, it’s about experimentation Yesterday I obtained the primary copy in my palms, and it’s after all on the market at bol.com ”
The ebook known as “Steering on outcomes”, easy methods to work collectively on the best ambitions. Work smarter not tougher. (Thus far solely out there in Dutch however English translation is being labored on). And since this week we all know that the ebook is on the lengthy record of books to turn into Administration ebook of the 12 months in 2022. A Dutch award organized by certainly one of our companions managementboek.nl. (how can I verify if that is true?)
What the episode covers
This triggered us in two methods:
First – what’s the ebook about?
Studying by three components
- Tangible Targets
- Introduction of CRAFT: Create, Refine, Align, Finalize & Transmit (CRAFT)
- Introduction of Targets, Progress Metrics & Estimates (OPME’s), in bol.com we confer with this one as OKR’s.
3. thorough analysis strategies
Second – How is it to start out writing a ebook?
- So we all know the way it began, let’s discover out what it’s to turn into an writer subsequent to your job
- When did it begin?
- Why did you select to do it?
- How did you’re employed collectively?
- What steps did you are taking?
- Did you have already got expertise in writing?
- Was it in line with expectations?
- What had been the learnings?
- Do you advise others to jot down a ebook?
We now have an award-winning visitor:
Denise Visser; In response to Linked in it says Product Supervisor Experimentation at bol.com and freelancer.
You most likely know Denise from a earlier present about experimentation.
Peter Paul van de Beek
Podcast Episode on experimentation with Denise and Maarten