There’s been a lot of iterations on what it takes to make OKRs work. One of the often-cited factors is organisational culture. So, what is it about organisational culture that makes it an OKR catalyst?
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.
If OKRs need to succeed, they must embrace the true nature the agile manifesto. Nikhil K Maini from OKR International, shows how you can learn from Evidence Based Management to improve your OKRs.
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.
From OKR International, Nikhil K Maini covers the factors that emerged as clear mandates for success - the fundamentals of OKRs.
We have specialized tools for everything we do at work, why not your OKRs?
Amit from 7startup shared with us some tips on how to use OKRs to keep your startup scaling fast, and keep everyone aligned
OKRs are great for helping align goals and people with company strategy and mission, but getting started on it is not so easy. 8 simple lessons to help you get started on your journey.
Curating OKR, planning, and work culture tips from the brightest minds around the world. A monthly newsletter.
Copyright © 2021 Tability, inc.