Ready to get started with OKRs? Part one of our blog series discussed why your company might want to adopt OKRs. Our second post is all about planning. As with any new venture, a little preparation goes a long way in ensuring successful implementation.
Why a series of blog posts about Objectives and Key Results, or OKRs? After all, aren’t OKRs just a goal-setting methodology? Well, yes, kind of, but more than that, they are a strategy-to-execution tool. This first post will share how the best companies use OKRs to create focus, alignment, contribution, and velocity.
I moved to downtown Phoenix last year for the view and big-city feel. The 19-story Stewart Apartments offers sweeping views of the Valley, and a rooftop pool. It also comes with some issues unique to downtown living, one being parking. As I think about the situation, I realize this is the perfect opportunity to implement Objectives and Key Results (OKRs).