OKR Examples – Writing Good Objectives and Key Results

So, we often get messages asking us what good OKR examples are. This can be a tricky task to be sure. I mean, how do you write good OKRs, anyways? What should I put in my OKRs? What’s a good Objective vs. a good Key Result? So, what’s the difference between writing OKRs and other management strategies or reporting tools like KPIs?

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We at Weekdone are one of the leading companies for OKR management. We’ve worked with the likes of Whole Foods and Underarmour, providing tips and tricks on how to align company goals and keep individuals motivated. Our users have been from the smallest of startups to Fortune 500 companies. So, considering that we are providing this service, it’s only natural to provide some resources for successful implementation and practical usage. Feel free to rely on these resources as you set up your free OKR software trial at Weekdone.

Introducing OKR Examples: okrexamples.co

Okrexamples.co serves as both a resource for starting out with OKRs and a guide for the future creation of them. Basically, it’s our “How-to Guide to Writing Good OKRs with Example Objectives and Key Results”.

To put it simply, the database serves as a good place for defining company, team, and personal OKRs. It can even be used as a good resource for team onboarding.

When paired with a good understanding of OKRs themselves, these examples help you see how OKRs actually look for individual departments and how to create meaningful Objectives and Key Results.

Click an Objective to copy it to your clipboard. Then, click and drag the Key Result progress bar to see their ranges.

We’ve broken them down by areas like Company OKRs, followed by:

We genuinely hope these are useful for you! Feel free to let us know if you need examples for other departments as well. We want to keep okrexamples.co relevant and engaging.

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