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How we plan

At MoFo, we plan in three key ways:

  1. Yearly. Setting the high-level goals, KPIs and key initiatives for the year.
  2. Quarterly. Gut-checks on progress. Tracking quarterly goals. Learning and adapting as we go.
  3. Bi-weekly. Carving that work into two-week sprints, prioritizing together each Heartbeat.

TL;DR: we’ve shipped some new tools and process to make quarterly planning simpler

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Mozilla Learning Networks: what’s next?

What has the Mozilla Learning Networks accomplished so far this year? What’s coming next in Q2? This post includes a slide presentation, analysis and interview with Mozilla’s Chris Lawrence, Michelle Thorne and Lainie DeCoursy. It’s a summary of a more detailed report on the quarter here. Join the discussion on #teachtheweb.

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Webmaker in Q1: What did we do? What’s next?

This week, we’re stepping back to do some quarterly reflection. This post includes a slide presentation, analysis and interview with Mozilla’s Andrew Sliwinski on what we’ve achieved so far this year — and a look ahead to our goals and work in Q2. It includes challenges we’re facing, areas where we need your help, and some strategy questions we’d like to get your perspective on. Please add comments to this post — or join the discussion on #webmaker. Continue reading Webmaker in Q1: What did we do? What’s next?