Digitalization Requires a Strategy

Every major business undertaking requires a strategy, Digitalization is no different. Strategies have an impact on different levels from corporate to functional.

With our well-structured and tool-driven approach, your departmental or functional strategies can be developed in a matter of days.

 

Well-Defined Outcomes are Key to the Success of Initiatives

Strategic Initiatives are at the core of an executable strategy. They address the delta between strategic ambition and current organisational reality.

Measurable outcomes are a key element of well-formed strategic initiatives. Our Outcomes Workshop and -Tool support the formulation of clear and impactful outcome statements.

 

OKRs Make Outcomes Actionable

Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are used by the world’s most successful companies to achieve desired outcomes in a focused and aligned fashion.

go3consulting’s OKR trainings, workshops, and -tools are tailored to your needs and ensure the successful adoption of OKRs in your organization.

Our collaboration with gtmhub delivers enterprise-grade OKR transparency and -scalability supported by world-class software.

Agile Working Models Accelerate Outcomes

OKRs focus an organisation’s execution. To reap the full benefits of OKRs, your working models may need to become more Agile.

With our popular Waterfall 2 Agile (W2A) workshop format we implement basic Agile structures in a matter of hours and identify opportunities for further pragmatic working model improvements.

 

We Are Here to Support You

We provide the tools, the structure, and coaching to guide you through the process. Our engagement model of ‘workshops and pit stops’ aims at enabling your teams.

Our upcoming blended consulting platform Ockham+ with downloadable tools, learning bites, method videos, and online coaching will be there for you 24/7.

Our Teams are Pros

We work on a project basis and, depending on the knowledge or experience required, employ permanent and freelance employees. All of them have real company experience in start-ups (partly as founders), medium-sized companies, or corporations.

Weekend Reading – Product Roadmaps: Replace Features with Product Goals

Dear all, Before signing off into my – pandemically constrained – vacation, the last thing I discussed late last Friday with a client, was how to best create a roadmap for his department's internal product: How far into the future should it display features and what...

Weekend Reading – Mod Scooters, Frankenstein Applications, and Product-Based IT

Dear all,as you may have noticed, there was no Weekend Reading for the past two weeks. Inspired by some recent workshop discussions, I intended to write a quick post on product-based IT. However, as the subject is complex, I ended up with a rather long treatise. Even...

Weekend Reading – Your Software Will be a Copy of Your Communication Structure

Dear all, Last week I wrote about scaling frameworks and the desire to manage the complex dependencies between different parts of IT or development organisations using them. If organisations do not seem to deliver the intended results there may be another factor at...

Weekend Reading – Scaling Frameworks: Is it Safe to Apply SAFe (w/o Adapting it)?

Dear all, It's been yet another busy week, so I am late again (our communication OKRs need to be updated with a KR for “Weekend Reading’s” punctuality, I suppose 😉 ). As many of you know one of our core areas of work over the past three years is "product-oriented...

Weekend Reading – Creating Product Strategies (w/o a Company Strategy)

Dear all, A very late 'weekend reading' this time. Lots of work and then some problems with our heating system during the weekend. Do I need to tell you more? We are currently working on some 'Product Oriented IT' projects that reframe "Products" from the rather...

Weekend Reading – Create a Strategy to Increase Your Impact

Dear all, a happy and – most of all – healthy new year to you all! Barely back at work and already in the middle of the Maelstrom again? Loads of to-dos – without obvious priorities? Maybe it's time for a more strategic approach. Per Harvard’s strategy guru Michael...

Weekend Reading – The 20/21 Holiday Season Long Reads

Dear all, last weekend I did promise you a short list of long reads for the holidays before I sign out for the year. Here are my three suggestions: Tendayi Viki: Pirates in the Navy If you have ever tried to innovate in a corporate environment, you will have multiple...

Weekend Reading – What is Product Management after All?

Dear all, over the past few weeks I have touched on a number of aspects of Product Management, but never defined the subject as such. This is not because I am shying away from this rapidly evolving field (as some of you are aware I have built and run sizeable –...

Weekend Reading – Product Management Starts with a Product Vision

Dear all, (Late again this weekend – my apologies). In our work we came across a few interesting questions this week. The most intriguing to me: "Doesn't managing a product ultimately just mean to manage the backlog and deliver the highest value first? Applying WSJF...

We Have Decades of Industry Experience

Prof. Dr. MARKUS BREUNIG

Managing Partner

  • TU Munich / Stanford University
  • Startups, Siemens, Sagem, TH Rosenheim
  • Strategy, Big Data, Machine Learning, Innovation

Godehard Gerling, M.A.

Managing Partner

  • FU Berlin / Stanford University
  • Apple, Dell, Akamai, Siemens, Startups
  • Strategy, Product Management, Innovation

Real-World Product- & General Management Experience

Decades of Consulting- &  Training Experience

Solid Academic & Technology Foundations

Carefully Selected Impactful Tools & Methods

Learnings from a Variety of Industries

Extensive International Experience

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