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Goal-gradients and motivation - The OKRs Owl part 4/4

Goal-gradients are a nice motivational approach based on behavioural science that can really benefit your OKR progress.

How to measure OKRs - The OKRs Owl part 3/4

Measuring OKRs isn't always easy. If you’re starting to implement OKRs into your business, these tips will help you measure success.

Why are regular OKR review meetings so important?

How do you know if you’re on track to meeting your team goals? Read more to see how you might structure regular review meetings and how they can help.

How to start with OKRs - The OKRs Owl part 2/4

In the 2nd part of The OKRs Owl series, we discuss how "forcing function" can help motivate you to start with OKRs

How NOT to define and implement OKRs

6 tips that you should NOT follow if you want to implement or define Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) successfully in your company.

5 tips for getting started with OKRs

Here we share some 5 tips for those of you getting started with OKRs and thinking of introducing them into your business.

How to align Initiatives, OKRs, and Jira

Find out how to align your team initiatives (OKRs) with JIRA and why this could help you achieve your company goals

OKRs: So simple! So then why isn’t everyone using them?

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.

How OKRs can help struggling retailers

Amid the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, we explore how OKRs can help struggling retailers to rapidly adapt to changes.

KPIs vs OKRs - what's the difference?

In this post, we outline the main differences between common goal-setting approaches: KPIs versus OKRs.

How to write OKRs (with examples)

Get started with OKRs – find out how to write them, compare some good and bad examples and learn about the most common mistakes companies make when they start their OKRs journey.

What are OKRs - their meaning and tips for writing them

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.

Interview: with Paul Niven, OKR expert and author

We interviewed Paul Niven, OKR expert and author, to pick his brain on all things OKRs. We asked his expert opinion and insight into how to effectively implement them into an organisation.