Learn how to adopt OKR successfully and to avoid its most common mistakes.
Objectives and Key Results
Organizations striving for business agility are increasingly adopting a different approach for goal setting created in Silicon Valley. OKR (Objectives and Key Results), the goal framework used by some of the world’s most innovative companies, is quietly taking over the corporate world.
While traditional planning methods are too slow and cumbersome for today’s fast-paced environment, OKR is a lightweight, fast-cadence, model that increases engagement and alignment.
This section will help you learn the OKR’s core concepts and also understand why OKR has been successfully adopted by great companies such as Google, Spotify, Twitter, Airbnb and LinkedIn.
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