Align, reprioritize and move forward

Embrace the fact that alignment can be messy. As you continue to progress and reflect throughout the OKR cycle, after getting all the issues on the table, identify the goals that require extra attention and the goals that may need to get cut. This is an opportunity to remain agile. Always agree on a concrete set of actions to take to move the ball forward before the next reflection cycle.

Continual improvement is an integral part of any OKR or goal process. Powered by regular reflection and retrospectives, it helps bring to light what is working and what isn’t. Like any business process, OKRs should remain flexible and fit the culture and values of your organization. 

If it’s broken, you can reserve the right to fix it. New circumstances or performance assessments often require the recalibration of OKRs. Sometimes OKRs will carry from one quarter to the next and just need to be calibrated. Other times, you’ll need to close out existing  OKRs and create new ones.

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Why Koan

Koan helps teams stay aligned and on the same page

Everyone on the same page

Koan helps guarantee your team knows why what they do matters and how it will make a difference

Koan helps teams focus on the work not the process, so they are all pulling in the same direction

Focus on the work, not the process

Koan’s OKR platform supports your existing processes and workflows, without the need for new meetings or distracting data entry

Use Koan to foster a transparent team culture

Foster a transparent culture

Koan builds transparency with natural opportunities for feedback between managers and team members

Use Koan to manage OKRs and goals, and help teams work with purpose

Work with purpose

Koan aligns every employee’s work to the company’s Mission, Vision, Values, Strategy and Goals

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