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Many organizations use Google Docs or Google Sheets to track goals, which can be a great, free tool for getting started. But when it comes to getting people engaged in your goals, that’s where OKRs can get lost in the shuffle. We’ve compiled a list of the top benefits to using dedicated OKR software instead of a spreadsheet.
Brought to you by Koan and There Be Giants, The Ultimate Guide to OKR Implementation is a great tool to use as you’re preparing to roll out OKRs to your organization for the first time.
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OKRs are a cultural change and require commitment, patience, and time to develop new habits. With our new partner, OKR Advisors, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common stumbling blocks that we see among our customers, as well as ways to minimize or avoid them when you work to implement OKRs in your organization.
There’s nothing wrong with setting goals around your KPIs, but OKRs need a different way of thinking. Instead of focusing on an individual metric and trying to improve it, the focus shifts to broader outcomes, solving problems, and truly pushing the company forward. KPIs are a measurable result, but they’re only a piece of a puzzle.
Adopting OKRs successfully requires answers for how to write, implement, and scale them. We've collected the questions we've heard the most during hundreds of OKR rollouts, and compiled answers to help you during your OKR journey.
As businesses contemplate their return to the shared office, many of the positive habits built up from remote work are well worth keeping around. Here are the top remote team practices that are worth maintaining for those teams returning to work in person.
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