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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.
15 OKR experts, authors, and coaches explain why companies often fail first-time adoption of OKRs. Hear from Christina Wodtke, Paul Niven, Allan Kelly, Brad Dunn and more.
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.
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.