Set goals like Googlers do

January 24th, 2016

I recently stumbled across a goal-setting process called OKR which stands for Objectives and Key Results. I wish I had done so earlier. OKRs are used on a daily basis by successful megaplayers like Intel, Google, LinkedIn and many others. The beauty lies in its simplicity and common sense. There is a lot to OKR but my key takeaways are:

  • Set goals in short intervals. Maximum every quarter, minimum every ...
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Goalscape Review on GetApp

January 20th, 2016

This review previously appeared on GetApp here.

Goalscape Review by Oliver Shetler, Service Professional (verified GetApp Reviewer)

It's not just the Software... It's the company and the people

I had used Goalscape in the past, and without a real need for it, felt it was mediocre at best. However, when I found myself in a crisis, under pressure to accomplish way more than most people can accomplish in ...

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New Year, New Goals

January 16th, 2016

  • New monthly Unlimited plan for just $6

  • Goalscape Desktop price now only $60

  • Share projects with anyone

  • Free plan available

Goalscape Goes For Gold in Olympic Year

Win Gold

Goalscape grew out of our ambitions to win the Olympics. After multiple gold medals in London 2012, Goalscapers in many sports will be going for it again this year in Rio de Janeiro. Read more about it below. 

As well as proving successful ...

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Goalscape Patent Approved

August 10th, 2015

We are delighted to announce that on July 14, 2015 we received formal approval of our application for a patent on the Goalscape goal map format and software, under Patent No. US 9,082,316 B2.

Without going too deeply into the technical definitions, this patent acknowledges Goalscape Software GmbH's ownership of the multi-level pie chart to display the subgoals required to achieve a goal, with the size of ...

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New Goalscape Review

June 23rd, 2015

Splendid review of Goalscape on GetApp by Terry Yelmene: 


Everyone has aspirations; whether they are subconscious, implicit, explicit, even accidentally prompted consequential aspirations. And, 'goals' are the means to attaining your intended aspirations. This is different than tasks I use a task management system and that's great, but attaining aspirations has always been a different sort of thing that I didn't manage. Then I found GoalScape. There is ...

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Test Drive Goalscape Mobile now!

June 11th, 2015

We are very happy to announce the long-awaited release of our new Goalscape Mobile app on iOS and Android.phoneimage

This app is a companion to our web application Goalscape Connect, so you need a valid Goalscape Connect account to use it: you can register for the free trial here. If you have an expired trial or lapsed subscription, please email to request an extension. 

Check it out ...

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Scale up agile methods for large projects

January 8th, 2014

The German consulting firm bps  (business process solutions GmbH, Hamburg) uses Goalscape to extend their proven agile project management method for large scale projects. The process, codenamed "Project Turtle", marries classic project management practices with 21st century teamwork. Project Turtle improves motivation, increases team- and stakeholder buy-in, clarifies responsibilities and, above all, fosters outcome-oriented decision-making.


To learn more, download the whitepaper here or flyer here. We have teamed up with ...

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Major Update and New Product Launch

November 9th, 2013

New Product Launch

New features in Goalscape Desktop and Goalscape Connect version 2.7.2:

  • Goal Panel can be hidden completely
  • Custom Notes fields can be reordered
  • Tag column in XLSX and CSV exports
  • PDF and DOCX exports show the project name on the title page
  • New languages supported: Russian and Polish

Extra new features in Goalscape Connect:

  • Performance enhancements, including shorter project load time on sign-in and refresh
  • New ...
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High Performance Strategy Definition

December 7th, 2012

Emmett Lazich
49er Class National Coach for the Australian Sailing Team
Development Director at Goalscape Software


OK Goalsetters, here is my follow-up post outlining a simple process for defining a high level strategy plan for achieving your sporting goals. Of course this uses Goalscape to represent visually the goal structure, priorities and progress.


The underlying method here (the first 3 steps) is not my idea; neither is it a new ...

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Gold Using Goalscape

October 25th, 2012

Submitted by emmett.lazich

Emmett Lazich
49er Class National Coach for the Australian Sailing Team
Development Director at Goalscape Software


Sydney 2000 was the first time I coached Olympic Gold Medal winning athletes. Thomas Johanson and Jyrki Järvi from Finland won the 49er class event by a large margin. Back in 2000, I only started working with those boys a few months before the Games. Immediately after it was over ...

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