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 – Agile Success Requires Qualified Coaches

“Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be." (John Wooden, former UCLA Bruins Coach)   Dear all, There is something that keeps me puzzled. Regardless of whether we are discussing OKRs, agile working models, or digital transformation at large, the focus...

Weekend Reading – Where on the Journey to Product Teams are You?

Dear all, As we are currently taking a few days off, I’ll keep WR very brief today (and w/o fresh .gif), but I couldn’t resist sharing this. Amplitude’s John Cutler has put together a simple, yet brilliant, infographic on the development of product teams. As he points...

Weekend Reading – Agile is not Enough

“Good companies manage Engineering. Great companies manage Product.” – Thomas Schranz (Founder & CEO, Blossom)   Dear all, those of you who have worked with me for some time, know that I am a product- and innovation guy at heart. I fell in love with this when...

Weekend Reading – Product-Led is Conquering the World

"Being product-led... is about differentiation, learning and problem-solving, ... and moving teams closer to the “edge” — the users and customers." (John Cutler, Amplitude) Dear all, When I first rubbed shoulders with the tech industry as a student in the Silicon...

Weekend Reading – Agile Doesn’t Buy You Agility

Dear all, It‘s a busy summer (we will soon be moving house), so Weekend Reading will remain a bit erratic for the next few months, my apologies… (tldr) Recently I had one of those Agile/agile discussions again. 20+ years into the Agile Manifesto, a key misconception...

Weekend Reading – Prioritise for Business Impact per Development Effort

Dear all, it's been a while! Hope you can finally start to enjoy the early summer. Judging from the traffic jams and increasingly packed parking lots here in the South, it would seem you are! So if you’re out and about, the following will be tldr. If you’re stuck in...

Weekend Reading – Projects Can’t Deliver Digital Products Successfully

Dear all, many of our clients and especially IT departments are struggling with the dichotomy between "project" and "product" and the transition from working with projects to developing products. The ones with a strong industrial production or successful IT project...

Weekend Reading – Take a Balanced Approach to Continuous Improvement

Dear all, a central notion of Agile is the continuous improvement of value delivery. Depending on method and framework "Sprint Retrospectives" (Scrum), "Service Delivery-" or "Improvement Meetings" (Kanban) are the key means and rituals to improve the effectiveness of...

Weekend Reading – Root Out Mediocrity in Ideation: Lessons from Facebook, Amazon and PIXAR

Dear all, 10 years after the publication of Eric Ries' seminal "The Lean Startup", the idea seems to have become an orthodoxy in startup- and tech circles. Research suggests that >80% + of all Silicon Valley startups more or less follow the concept. Talking about...

Weekend Reading – My Favorite Product Management Blogs

Dear all, it's been a few weeks since I wrote the last Weekend Reading. Just too much going on. We have done a few Product Management-related projects recently. As Product Management is still somewhat less understood in Europe (some of our definitions here) – I have...

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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