Here we provide some practical examples of OKRs for 2021. This is the first in a series of posts where we’ll be chucking out the OKRs textbooks and taking you into the real world of OKRs.
Goal-gradients are a nice motivational approach based on behavioural science that can really benefit your OKR progress.
After seven years of implementing OKRs both from within and outside organisations, I've learned that they're not the silver bullet that I once thought they were... read on to see why.
Find out how functional silos can hamper your business success and why it’s time to replace them with a more collaborative approach.
OKRs means Objectives and Key Results. It's is a way of setting goals that helps unite and align a workplace. Learn about their history, each of their elements in detail, and the key benefits and challenges they present.
Your employees are your most valuable assets, so understanding what motivates them and how to inspire them are crucial to engaging and retaining top talent. Here we look at the research and uncover the most effective ways to drive employee engagement.
Where it all began. J3T was born from within one of the UK’s fastest growth companies. This is the story of how we helped to scale a Unicorn organisation.
Watch the interview by Ted Talks Bristol and J3T CEO, Kim Atherton, as she discusses the challenges of traditional organisational structure and how this hinders innovation and employee satisfaction.
Want to transform into an innovative, adaptable organisation? Start with a relentless focus on solving customer problems. Listen to the full discussion, with industry experts, in our exclusive webinar
We interview Barry O’Reilly to learn why organisations should shift to Outcomes over Outputs as their way of working, and what benefits this can bring to a business.
Hear from experts at Royal Bank of Scotland and Royal London discussing the realities of organisational transformation, including how to get “comfortable with the uncomfortable”, how to manage setbacks, and more!
Just3Things was created within Ovo Energy, which has now grown to a valuation of over £1bn, using J3T to align the workforce and focus on what really matters.
Can behavioural science make us more productive and improve the workplace? Just3Things CEO and co-founder is interviewed by BBC Radio 4 to discuss "Behavioural Science in the Workplace"
We attended an annual planning session with Matt Pitt, Head of People Development at Veolia UK, to work with him as he provided an appropriate way for colleagues to present and challenge their various strategic goals and priorities