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Aligning Impact from Boardrooms to Pixels
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| by Michael Le Follow 0 Followers on Nov 01, 2017 |

Michael Le explores examples of how OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) were used to help teams focus on what they should work on, to help frame product critiques, and to manage backlogs.

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Michael Le is a product designer who has worked in New York, London and now Sydney. He started at Toyota learning Kanban, moved into Scrum with financial services and now is practicing XP. Currently he is focused on helping companies incorporate a user-centered process into building digital products. On the side, he is a father, part-time app developer and general foodie.

Agile Australia was founded in 2009 as an annual Conference. Since then, not only has the Conference grown to welcome over 1,200 delegates each year as well as high-profile speakers from around the country and the world, but Agile Australia has also become much more than a Conference. AgileAus is a hub for the Australian agilist community and those interested in better ways of working.

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