This is a podcast episode titled, Moving from Strategy To Delivery. The summary for this episode is: <p>Do you have a great idea but no clue how to turn it into a reality?</p><p>In this conversation, Andy Chen and Chris Shinkle share how to:</p><ul><li>Develop a product-centric approach</li><li>Overcome organizational constraints</li><li>Create alignment and facilitate better decision making</li><li>Move from rigid plan to organizational agility</li></ul><p>We share how to use the North Star framework to accomplish these goals and create alignment in your organization.</p><p>We'd love to hear from you! Reach out to <a href="https://firstname.lastname@example.org" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">email@example.com</a> to share your feedback on this show.</p><p>You can find more information about this podcast at <a href="https://app.casted.us/account/62/shows/81b7557b-52e8-4ea3-87b9-a8f2cdaa00e4/episodes/93ecce9c-0530-4661-a507-b77e2748f4ee/sep.com/podcast" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">sep.com/podcast</a> and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for listening!</p>
Chris explains the pain many of our clients experience: a lack of clarity on how to turn their idea into a reality.
Andy explains why a strategic approach to software is critical.
Chris shares the purpose of the North Star framework.
Chris shares the importance of creating a strategy that is actionable and that aligns with your organization.
Andy explains how to break a strategic initiative into actionable steps.
Chris explains how the North Star framework uses leverage points to help you make progress on one key metric.
Chris shares his advice to folks who have been tasked with carrying an initiative forward.
|Host of Behind The Product & Principal at SEP
|Lead Interaction Designer at SEP
As a Lead Interaction Designer at SEP, Andy uses human-centered design principles to lead cross-functional teams in a variety of problem spaces. His experience comes from leading teams in design, software engineering, and the fine arts.
Chris has been a thought leader and initiator of new ideas and continuous improvement at SEP since 1997. His experience comes from building products with many clients in a variety of industries, including aerospace, medical, healthcare, and finance. As SEP’s Director of Innovation, Chris leverages many community ideas to help SEP engineers and clients deliver better products.