Start, stop, keep is a framework we use at Yarno to figure out what we're doing right, what we're doing wrong, and what we need to start doing.
Reading The Five Dysfunctions of a Team has taught me that I need to face my fears: embrace conflict, and learn how to make it constructive.
Every few months we do a round of product release notes to fill you in on all the improvements we've been working on at Yarno!
Our customers’ success is our success. That's why we've developed a process in order to ensure we set our customers up for success.
The decision to forego VC funding and opt for bootstrapping gave us flexibility, control over our company culture and goals, as well as a few grey hairs.
We all see the world from our own perspective; through our own lens. And while this can lead to disagreements, we can also see it as an opportunity.
It's been a while since we've had a product release, but the wait was worth it! Yarno's Previous question screen has had a makeover, there's a new support tool, and more!
I always aim to make good decisions. But how do you know if your decision is a good one? I started using a decision journal and it's leveled up my decision making!
Our values are the core of how we work at Yarno. They're simple, to the point and they're easily demonstrated by our team. But we didn't come upon them by chance – there was...
We're committed to continually improving the Yarno platform – for learners, managers and admins. We've taken feedback from our customers to make some small, but helpful changes to their experience. Check it out! ...
Customer success is our success. Not only that, but we want to provide long-term value. So we make sure we understand one thing; what's the need we're solving?
Turns out you can't learn the guitar in a week. So to avoid losing motivation and maybe pick up a song or two, I've turned to learning science to help.