If you want to know how to use Objectives and Key Results (OKR), you need to take a look at how other successful companies and teams have implemented them.
If you want to know how to use Objectives and Key Results (OKRs), you need to take a look at how other successful companies and teams have implemented them.
“ Because we have offices all over Europe, it can be difficult to always keep communication flowing. We are really conscious of spending too much time on meetings, so Weekdone is a good solution. ”
“ Weekdone gives a good overview on how the company is structured internally ”
“ Weekdone helps to train people to use objectives and key results in the right way ”
“ Weekdone is one of the maps or compasses I use to determine where I should focus my time to help the team and company be successful. ”
“ I hadn’t seen the combination of PPP reporting and OKRs done anywhere else and I really liked the simplicity of how they all merge. ”
“ Seeing what people are doing and having an automated report is a value in itself. ”
“ The clear benefit of Weekdone is that we are more aligned, structured, and people feel more connected. ”
They apply a numerical framework to this growth strategy so teams know what’s important and what to drive.
More and more people are embracing Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) even though there’s been no research that using OKRs impacts financial results. Now there is.
- "Where do I want to go?"
- O Objective
- B Bracing
- J Judicious
- E Exact
- C Clearly understandable
- T Tangible
- Key Results
- "How do I get there?"
- R Reachable
- E Exponent
- S Significant
- U Undestandable
- L Limited to numbers
- T Trackable
- OKR Best Practices
- 3-4 Objectives max per level (e.g. per person)
- 3-5 Key Results max per Objective
- Write for other people: they must clearly understand your goals