You don’t have an OKR problem. You have an experiment problem.

Unless employees learn how to use experiments, they will waste a lot of time and money going in the wrong direction. In this interview, David J. Bland talks about this new book and how can you succeed with experiments.

Shared OKRs: The “Secret” Weapon to Breaking Down Silos

There is a “secret” weapon that can destroy silos and help teams address interdependencies: shared OKRs. Sharing is a crucial concept, but few organizations use it well. This post wants to change that.

Key Results Should Pass the “So What?” Test

Good Key Results make a difference. Learn how to create great Key Results by using the “So What?” Test, a simple and powerful technique.

How Google Uses Sales OKRs to Drive Sustainable Results

Learn real examples of how to use OKR in sales in this article by two Google executives.

OKR vs KPIs, What is the Difference?

People are always asking me about the difference between an OKR and a KPI, so I decided to write about it.

Webinar recording: “Measuring what matters: Putting OKR into practice.”

Many of you have read John Doerr’s Measure What Matters and decided to adopt OKR. But how can you implement OKR at your organization? How can you make OKR work?

OKR Forum in Amsterdam: October 25th

On October 25th I will be speaking at the first OKR Forum in Amsterdam. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn and network with OKR practitioners in Europe.

Google’s OKR Video Should be Retired. Here’s Why.

Google Venture’s OKR video was crucial to promote OKR, but it is time for it to be respectfully retired, as it is outdated and misleading.

Book Review: Measure What Matters

John Doerr’s Measure What Matters is a must-read for anyone who is serious about learning OKR. Unfortunately, the book leaves readers in the strange situation of having to ditch almost all of the examples presented in it.