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Some of the biggest strategy execution myths include: 1. strategy being the job of management only 2. alignment of teams and ideas being easy 3. that you should use pillars for strategy, and much more!
My strategy and/or execution isn't working, what can I do? We asked the experts what actionable things you can do if your strategy execution is not working.
We asked our group of strategy experts their tips for better strategy execution. These 12 actionable tips offer hundreds of combined years of experience in one list.
Helping teams understand the WHY in your strategy is key. In this blog, various experts list tips for gaining buy-in to your strategy and strategy execution.
Understand how strategy and business execution has changed in the past 5 years, including speed, agility, moving from output to outcome, data use, and much more
Successfully executing on strategy requires great planning, so we asked strategy experts their best practice for creating executable strategies.
Experts list key tips and questions you should consider before creating strategy. Strategy and business execution success relies on strong strategic planning.
What's the benefit of software for strategy and business execution? Do you need tools for success? What potential problems should you be aware of? We asked the experts!
40 actionable tips from strategy & business execution experts. Bullet-pointed list that will help you improve your strategy execution.
We asked 50 experts for their must-read strategy execution books. The list includes recent releases and old gems that you need to read in 2022/2023.
We interviewed 50 experts to find out what they believe makes a succesful strategy execution. The 5 main pillars covered in this blog, with additional insight, are clarity, focus, alignment, measurability, and empowerment.
1. Lack of alignment or clarity on strategy 2. Trying to do too much 3. Lack of bottom-up feedback 4. Communication and presentation of goals & strategy 5. Lack of measurement
Failure is a word that strikes fear into most, nobody wants to fail at something, but is it always a problem? Becoming comfortable with OKRs, means becoming comfortable at setting stretch goals, potentially failing, and pivoting thereafter.
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.
In part 1 of this interview, we cover the main challenges facing managers in strategy, execution, & more, and how this has changed in the past 5-10 years.
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.
Scaling OKRs in startups, SMEs, and large organisations can be daunting. What does scaling of OKRs mean, how can you write OKRs for scale, and more.
How can you make sure that stretch goals for OKRs are not de-motivating or cause sandbagging? We asked industry experts for their advice.
Best practice for OKRs from experts. Tl;dr included. We asked the experts for their top OKR tips, tricks, and hacks!
Experts explain why OKRs ARE useful, how they help companies grow, and aren't a micromanagement tool
OKRs can be beneficial to a large majority of companies. But when is it best to start with OKRs? We asked strategy experts for their input.
Some companies do better with OKRs than others, which is mainly due to company culture. We asked the experts their tips for OKR rollouts.
We asked the experts for a comprehensive checklist of the questions you should think about before starting your OKR journey.
Why should you use OKRs? What are the main benefits of OKRs? How do OKRs help employees? Should my business be using OKRs? We asked the experts!
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.
Are OKRs the future of hybrid and remote work? OKRs have been used by many high-profile companies, but are they here to stay? We asked the experts!
What are the most common OKR mistakes? See the full list from experts including set and forget, having outputs as OKRs, cascading 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.
Goal-gradients are a nice motivational approach based on behavioural science that can really benefit your OKR progress.
How do you measure OKRs? Which metrics should you use for OKRs? How do I set stretch targets? How do I start with OKRs? We have the answers for you here.
What is an OKR check-in? Why do I need to regularly review OKRs? How should I check in on OKRs? We've got these questions covered and more!
In the 2nd part of The OKRs Owl series, we discuss how "forcing function" can help motivate you to start with OKRs
More often than not, those writing OKRs want to see examples of best practices, so we collated some best-in-class OKRs for you!
6 tips that you should NOT follow if you want to implement or define Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) successfully in your company.
Here we share some 5 tips for those of you getting started with OKRs and thinking of introducing them into your business.
Find out how to align your team initiatives (OKRs) with JIRA and why this could help you achieve your company goals
Here we share the ultimate guide to OKRs, how to implement them in your business, and how to do that in the COVID-19 pandemic!
If OKRs are so simple, why isn't everyone using them? We explore some of the pitfalls, benefits, and challenges,
Amid the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, we explore how OKRs can help struggling retailers to rapidly adapt to changes.
In this post, we outline the main differences between common goal-setting approaches: KPIs versus OKRs.
How can you maximise your remote working potential with OKRs? We stand by the 5 Ts: Trust, time, technology, transparency, and teamwork.
Learn about OKR 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 & how to inspire them is crucial for 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.
What is siloed working? How can OKRs help break down siloed working? Help reduce silos in remote working!
Learn about how CIO Christian Metzner is transforming Volkswagen Financial Services to create a new working culture that is completely customer focused.
Hear from experts at Royal Bank of Scotland and Royal London discussing the realities of organisational transformation.
A look at what ‘Workplace Perks’ really means to the modern employee, and it’s not what you might have thought!
Just3Things was created within OVO Energy, a UK Unicorn that used OKRs to reach a valuation of 1 billion pounds.
A case study on Veolia UK, and how they provided an appropriate way for colleagues to present and challenge their various strategic goals and priorities.