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OKRs are becoming the standard for setting goals, so how do you go about implementing them?
OKRs and KPIs may sometimes use the same metrics, but they have a different purpose.
A single design decision is responsible for 90% of the frustrations with existing OKRs tools
Discover 5 aspects of OKRs that make them an effective goal-setting methodology for teams.
Many experts agree that OKRs check-ins are the most important part of OKRs. Yet, many teams are still using sub-par tool to track progress on their goals. See 10 reasons why you'll love the switch to Tability.
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Net Confidence Score (NCS) is the missing part of OKRs that allows leaders to truly understand how confident teams are in their execution.
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Knowing your goals, and knowing how to track them are 2 different things.
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OKRs won't work if your team has to spend hours doing maths to grade the Key Results.
Startups have many things to do, and little time to do them. Knowing how to prioritise initiatives can make or break a company.
Talking about solutions too early will prevent you from understanding the value of your problem.
We shouldn't blame the tools that help us see the chaos in our orgs.
We all know about Slack, but what are other tools that can help you collaborate remotely when you're on a budget?
Goal-setting is naturally prone to gamification. But that doesn't mean you should stop having goals! It just means you need some safeguards.
We can thank Google for making OKRs popular, but you don't have to follow their rules.
Don't get so obsessed about Key Results that you forget about your Objectives.
Empowered teams can only exist if they're allowed to fail
OKRs without goal-tracking is just a big expensive workshop
Don't try to be right—it's expensive. Instead, strive to minimize the cost of being wrong.
We have specialized tools for everything we do at work, why not your OKRs?
There are a few documents that are key to create a culture where outcomes are at the center. Quite often, it simply boils down to extract existing knowledge in a structured way.
A lot of meetings could be replaced by emails, but there are a few must-have rituals that will drastically improve collaboration.
Startups need to be focused and flexible. OKRs can help a lot with the former, but they'll quickly stiffen your team if you start cascading your goals.
You can't just throw OKRs in a spreadsheet and expect your team to be outcome-driven. You need first to get the right culture to create an environment where teams can iterate to reach their goals.
There's a lot that we can learn from software teams to improve the OKRs process.
You need to focus on value rather than deadlines for OKRs to be successful. Adopting a Now, Next, Later format for your roadmaps is a simple way to achieve that.