Insights on strategy, leadership, and management inspired by our work at Koan
Creating a positive and proactive team culture around your OKRs helps not only with the likelihood of success, but also makes the process of closing out and having a retrospective for your OKRs easier.
We know, Chief of Staff, you’re thinking about gray suits who serve at the pleasure of Presidents and members of Congress. But we aren’t talking about your parents' Chief of Staff.
In order for teams to align their own OKRs, they need a strategic north star to align to. But when companies cascade all of their OKRs, the system starts to fail.
In many ways alignment represents a natural next challenge for the enterprise. But if you’re looking to align your company, where do you start?
Using the right approach to implementing OKRs involves ensuring that the process is seen as valuable—from executives all the way down to individual contributors.
Writing incredible OKRs doesn't have to be challenging. In this post we discuss best practices and guidelines to help you and your teams create your own, incredible OKRs.