Christina Wodtke teaches dreamers how to make change actually happen.
Christina has led redesigns and initial product offerings for such companies as LinkedIn, Myspace, Zynga, Yahoo!, Hot Studio, and eGreetings. She has founded two consulting startups, a product startup, and Boxes and Arrows, an online magazine of design; and she co-founded the Information Architecture Institute. She’s the author of 101 Theses on Design, Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web and her new book about OKRs, The Executioner’s Tale. Currently she teaches at California College of the Arts and Stanford Continuing Education.
She speaks everywhere from conferences to universities to boardrooms, and opines across the internet, but most often on eleganthack.com.