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Understanding OKR's

posted Mar 9, 2018, 5:59 AM by Saul Castellanos   [ updated Mar 9, 2018, 6:01 AM ]






What are OKRs?

OKR is an abbreviation for Objective & Key Result. The concept was invented at the Intel Corporation and is widely used amongst the biggest technology companies in the world including Google and Zynga.

 FULL ARTICLE  The Fundamentals- Objectives Key Results 



OKRs: 7 Tips on How to Set your Objectives and Key Results

AUGUST 9, 2013 - 7 MINUTE READ - POSTED BY 

For many companies, it’s the time of month to set their quarterly objectives. More organizations are adopting the Google’s Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)methodology. 

FULL ARTICLE  OKR's 7 Tips


WARNING: OKR Goals are not Tasks!

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Companies often confuse OKRs with tasks. Those conversations inspired us to write this post because OKR goals (or generally any organizational goals) are completely different than tasks. In fact, managing and tracking goals at an enterprise has nothing to do with tracking tasks. Understanding that OKRs are not tasks can make goal management significantly less complicated for CEOs and executives. Let’s differentiate the two using the definitions below.












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