The OKR experts series is a collection of statements, opinions, and thoughts from leading industry experts on important OKR questions. The series includes thoughts from Christina Wodtke, Paul Niven, Allan Kelly, Bart Den Haak, Brad Dunn, and more.
The strategies used to set goals and OKRs at startups, SMEs, and enterprises vary a lot. Due to this, we asked the experts their top tips for a successful rollout.
Setting effective goals is a challenge. Especially as there are many ways - top-down, bottom-up, middle-out. We asked the experts their top tips.
Psychological safety is one of the key pillars of OKRs. Without it, teams will not fully invest in the process. We asked 15 OKR experts their best practice tips for enhancing psychological safety.
When getting started with OKRs, offering full transparency and pivoting to be fully aligned throughout your organisation may seem tough, so we asked the experts for best practice tips.
One of the key mistakes seen in companies rolling out OKRs for the first time is the use of output key results. What's the difference? An output is what a team does, whereas an outcome is the results we hope to see after completing different activities with the desired end goal.
How can you set, create, scale, check-in, & build OKRs remotely? We asked the experts for their best practice tips on remote & hybrid OKR processes!
If you're new to OKRs, you might not have baseline data for the KRs you want to measure. We asked the experts their top tips for getting those metrics.
How can you make sure that stretch goals for OKRs are not de-motivating or cause sandbagging? We asked industry experts for their advice.
Experts explain why OKRs ARE useful, how they help companies grow, and aren't a micromanagement tool
We asked the experts for a comprehensive checklist of the questions you should think about before starting your OKR journey.
Top expert advice on how to convince your colleagues and CEO you need OKRs, how to be a great OKR champion, what to avoid when introducing OKRs, and more.
Why do so many companies fail at OKRs on their first attempt? Hear from Christina Wodtke, Paul Niven, Allan Kelly, Brad Dunn and more.