Blog posts with tag:
MBOs

In “Measure What Matters,” author John Doerr relates how Andy Grove of Intel adapted Peter Drucker’s Management by Objectives (MBOs) to create iMBOs, (Intel MBOs). From this methodology, Doerr coined the name, OKRs (Objectives and Key Results).

In our numerous blogs tagged MBOs, we explain how OKRs differ from MBOs, with a focus on agility (frequency of goal setting), top-down versus bi-directional goal setting, and frequency of check-ins for feedback.


Selecting Goal Setting Software – What You Need to Know

blank gif

Are KPIs and OKRs Compatible

blank gif

OKR Best Practices – How to Set Corporate Objectives

blank gif

How to Set Effective OKRs – Samples for Various Departments

blank gif

Corporate Goals Examples – for a B2B Company

blank gif

Goal Setting Approaches – How to Set Corporate Objectives

blank gif

SMART Goal Setting and OKRs – Similarities and Differences

blank gif

Dispelling OKR Myths: OKRs are a Top-Down Management Philosophy

blank gif

Why OKR Software is a Top Priority for Companies Today

blank gif

Dispelling the Top 25 OKR Myths

blank gif

How to Use CFRs & OKRs for Better Execution

blank gif

Top CEO’s Use OKR Software to Track Progress for Accountability

blank gif

Why “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast” – the Lumeris Story, From “Measure What Matters” by John Doerr

blank gif

OKR Tactics for Q1 2018

blank gif

OKRs and KPIs and MBOs

blank gif