Are you looking for a goal-setting framework that would align your company, department or team? Well, for your convenience, the Objectives and Key Results goal setting method makes sure everyone is connected so everyone works together in a unified direction. Basically, OKRs make sure that everyone knows what's expected of them.
The two most common questions we get from OKR first timers are “what are OKRs?” and “how to get started?” We have prepared OKR videos to give people an overview of Objectives and Key Results.
What are OKRs?
This video will go through the basics of Objectives and Key Results. Perfect if you are just getting started.
Setting good OKRs with examples
When you are ready to start setting OKRs, watch this video – it will give you examples of both good and bad OKRs
5 common mistakes OKR mistakes
While OKRs seem simple in theory, in practice the can be a lot more complicated. Learn the top 5 common OKR mistakes and how to avoid them.
OKRs & weekly check-ins
OKRs are powerful, but if you set them in the beginning of the quarter and don't regularly check in, you won't see success. Watch this video to learn how to integrate weekly check-ins with your OKR process.
OKRs vs KPIs
OKRs and KPIs are not the same thing. Both are useful to companies in their own way. Learn the difference between the two in this video.
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More material about OKRs:
- Free ebook “Step by Step Guide to OKRs”
- Employee Guide to Getting Started with OKRs
- OKR examples by job positions
- OKR templates and examples
- Weekdone Academy resources page with OKR examples and OKR templates
- How Google sets goals with OKR's
- Top 10 Questions Managers Have About OKR Goal Setting (Examples and Templates)