Blog posts with tag:
Goal Setting Theory
OKRs are all about Goal Setting Theory. At its most basic level, OKRs is a process to set, track, and measure goals which are aligned with your corporate priorities.
In our blogs tagged Goal Setting Theory we review how OKRs are set, best practices, where to go for inspiration for goals, examples of OKRs, cascading goals for alignment, and establishing cross dependencies, plus more.
Companies like Google have been using OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) for years, so it’s clear that the goal setting model must deliver tremendous benefits to the companies that use them. Just what is it that makes this approach so powerful?
When organizations first learn about the powerful advantages of using OKR goals (Objectives and Key Results), they typically want to begin using them right away. As a result, they’re tempted to use the tools they already have on hand, like Google or Excel spreadsheets, to set and track their OKRs.
Recently Harvard Business Review published an in-depth article on the revolution of performance management. It’s a lengthy read but rich in information, so when you have a moment we recommend reading it here.
One of the most common we get asked about OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) is whether or not they can be incorporated with KPIs.