A simple guide to make OKRs easier to adopt.
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Why this guide?

We get to speak with dozens of teams every month about Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). Some have everything under control, but many still have open questions about the framework:

  • How is that different from what we're doing today?
  • Where do we start?
  • Can I see an example?

This guide is here to answer these questions in a simple and practical manner. We're not claiming to be gurus, and some of the advice might not work for your team. But, we hope that it will give you some inspiration and provoke some interesting debates.

This guide comes from our experience (Atlassian, Intercom, Monday, PwC, Amazon…) as well as hundreds of conversations that we’ve had with teams over the years.

Who is this guide for?

We've tailored this guide for teams that are familiar with OKRs, but want concrete and practical tips and examples to understand how to roll out the framework.

If you just want some examples 👇

Great news! If you're just looking for some inspiration for your OKRs, you can check the following resources:

Where should you start?

We divided this guide into 4 main sections:

  • OKR principles: this section covers everything you need to understand how the OKR framework differs from other practices.
  • Setting OKRs: practical articles to help you write and align your goals
  • Tracking OKRs: best practices and tips to use OKRs as an effective strategy and communication tool during the quarter
  • Resources: an exhaustive list of resources to help

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