Christina Wodtke Can Help Your Team Manage Itself on Hack the Process Podcast

Objectives come in all shapes and sizes, and understanding how to measure our movement toward them can be the key to making them add value to our lives. Christina Wodtke has been using objectives and key results (OKRs) to maintain an incredible level of productivity as her interests have led her from corporate Design to academia to publishing, including her new book, a business fable called “The Team That Managed Itself.” In this episode of Hack the Process, Christina will tell us how she applies her techniques to improve work satisfaction in the classroom and the office, what people get wrong about gamification when it comes to game design, and why accountability is as important as regularity if you want to make progress on your goals.

Where to find Christina online




The Team that Managed Itself:

Radical Focus:

Resources Christina mentioned


The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni:

The Phoenix Project by Gene Kim:

Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson:

California College of the Arts:


Danielle Barnes:

Women Talk Design:

Groucho Marx:

Stanford University:

Julie Stanford:

Michael Bernstein:

Parable of the Polygons by Nicky Case:

That Dragon, Cancer:

Darfur is Dying:

Stephen Anderson:


Henry Miller:

Livia Labate:

Donna Lichaw:

Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule by Paul Graham:

What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami:

Growing Gills by Jessica Abel:

Indistractable by Nir Eyal:

Published by M. David Green

The host of Hack the Process, M. David Green is a writer and agile coach.

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