Caro Griffin

Caro Griffin

Mexico City
Founder of Opsy ✨
May
18
Opsy #23: Every question you have about ops leadership, answered

Opsy #23: Every question you have about ops leadership, answered

Operations leaders are a crucial part of any successful business, but they come in a whole host of shapes and
2 min read
May
18
Opsy Guide to Ops Leadership

Opsy Guide to Ops Leadership

What roles are out there, who does what, and how to get there.
13 min read
May
11
Opsy sticker sheet and thank you note from Caro on top of a member's laptop

Opsy #22: What sticker would you stick first?

If you've been thinking about making a move, we've got the advice you need to hear.
1 min read
May
04
Episode 7: Strategic leadership

Episode 7: Strategic leadership

How to strategically approach your career growth like, well, an ops person.
36 min read
Apr
20
Opsy #20: Short and sweet

Opsy #20: Short and sweet

A larger-than-normal serving of great ops links!
1 min read
Apr
13
Traditional desk calendar is imposed on blue background to denote our upcoming meetup

Opsy #19: Meetups, podcasts, and more

Who's a badass ops pro that already signed up for this week's Opsy Meetup? 🙋🏻‍♀️
1 min read
Apr
06
Episode 6: The future of operations

Episode 6: The future of operations

There's more opportunity than ever to curate a great career in operations.
31 min read
Mar
30
A fanous, or traditional lantern associated with Ramadan, is superimposed on a purple background

Opsy #18: Happy Ramadan!

Ramadan Mubarak! Sending warm wishes to those of you who will be celebrating Ramadan come Friday. ✨ For everyone else, reminder
1 min read
Mar
23
Opsy #17: Have you ever been let go?

Opsy #17: Have you ever been let go?

Losing your job sucks, but knowing how to navigate the process can make it a bit easier.
2 min read
Mar
23
A cardboard box is imposed on a purple background. Inside the box are items you'd clean off your desk when leaving a job.

What to do when you're let go from your job

The only thing worse than being let go by your company is not knowing how to navigate the situation. Is this being handled legally? What can you negotiate? What's standard?
6 min read