In this article, we’ll define the SMART goal setting approach, explain how to use SMART goals, and provide practical examples. Interwoven in the examples will be the best practices in implementing the protocol.
CEOs realize that failure to align their organizations, and the lack of employee engagement, are two of the most significant challenges to executing their strategies. So, what is the best goal setting approach?
It’s a New Year, 2019. Is this your break-out year? Are you looking to challenge and propel the organization to new heights? If so, then read on. In this article, we’ll provide strategic OKR examples that when implemented can serve as a launching pad for growth in 2019.
In this article, we’ll contrast SMART goal setting and OKRs. We’ll define both protocols for you, and then explore the similarities of the frameworks, and how they differ. It should be noted SMART goals are an integral part of the evolution of OKRs.
OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) work exceedingly well in high tech companies where agility and teamwork are crucial. They also perform very well in other sectors. Read on for Examples of OKRs for a Banking or Finance company.
Corporate OKR Objectives start with leadership. In this article, we will provide examples of a CEO’s OKRs, and discuss key tactics, helpful tips, and detail best practices of doing so. Setting your initial organizational level-objectives can be daunting, but their importance cannot be overstated.
OKRs are the modern, goal-setting methodology for high-performing companies such as Google, LinkedIn, and Intel. In this article, we’ll detail the OKR Key Tactics they use in setting and monitoring effective Objectives and Key Results.