Dedicated OKR Software enables companies to bring the entire OKR lifecycle into one system to accelerate performance and maximize results. OKR Software provides the tools for data-driven management decisions.
OKR Software allows high-performing companies to set and track corporate goals, to align every employee at the organization to the company’s top strategic priorities, and to create clarity and focus.
In his 2018 NY Times bestseller, “Measure What Matters,” John Doerr relates that as the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) methodology continues to gain popularity, more companies are, “adopting robust, dedicated, cloud-based OKR management software.”
Television commercials, YouTube videos, TED Talks, even everyday conversation today seems to be filled with references to “What Matters Most.” The phrase works for any number of applications. We think this focus on What Matters originated with John Doerr’s 2018 NY Times bestseller, “Measure What Matters.”
As enticing as the title may be, we first need to establish the best goal setting and tracking methodology. In our book, as it is in John Doerr’s New York Times bestseller, “Measure What Matters,” that methodology is OKRs (Objectives and Key Results).
When first implementing OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) many of our clients have difficulty in identifying the most effective initial Objectives. “How do we set the right corporate goals” is one of the most frequently asked questions of our Customer Success Managers during the onboarding process.
In his New York Times bestseller “Measure What Matters,” author John Doerr, the self-proclaimed “Johnny Appleseed” of OKRs tells us that, “As the bar for structured goal setting rises, more organizations are adopting robust, dedicated, cloud-based OKR management software.”
You’ve read “Measure What Matters,” John Doerr’s New York Times bestseller. Perhaps you’ve also viewed Rick Klau’s YouTube video, “How Google Sets Goals.” You’ve researched companies such as Google, Intel, Intuit, and LinkedIn to see how they use OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) to drive superior execution.
For many companies, the failure to align represents the single greatest challenge to strategy execution. In an HBR study, over ninety percent of employees do not fully understand the company’s goals, or what’s expected of them.
In his New York Times bestseller, “Measure What Matters,” author John Doerr defines OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) as “a management methodology that helps to ensure that the company focuses efforts on the same important issues throughout the organization.”
There are times in the life of every organization when the CEO needs to mobilize the workforce, to get everyone focused, pulling in the same direction, working together collaboratively, executing flawlessly.
In his New York Times bestseller, “Measure What Matters,” author John Doerr emphasizes the fact that OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) are not static. Unlike annual MBOs, they are not of the “set ’em and forget ’em” variety. OKRs can be adapted over time, even deleted should conditions dictate.