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OKRs: How Google Achieves Company Goals

John Doerr, one of the advocates for Objectives and Key Results, has said:“I remember being intrigued with the idea of having a beacon or north star every quarter, which helped set my priorities. It was also incredibly powerful for me to see Andy’s OKRs, my manager’s OKRs and the OKRs for my peers. I was quickly able to tie my work directly to the company’s goals. I kept my OKRs pinned up in my office and I wrote new OKRs every quarter, and the system has stayed with me ever since.“

OKRs is a easy process of setting company, team and personal goals and connecting each goal with 3-4 measurable results. As you achieve those results, the whole objective gets marked done.

OKRs, on a personal, team's and company level make up a system that shows how everything one person does connects to the work of others.

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OKRs: How Google Achieves Company Goals

  1. 1. Objectives and Key Results OKRs: How Google gets great results.
  2. 2. Objectives Set quarterly Company, Team and Personal levels Ambitious, Actionable and Time-bound
  3. 3. People with written goals achieve 10 times more than others!! GOAL SETTING of people have no goals set of people have goals set in their mind of people have clear written goals 84% 13% 3%
  4. 4. Key Results 3 - 4 Key results to each objective MEASURABLE Difficult, not impossible
  5. 5. SMART objectives and Key results Specific Measurable Achievable Realistics Time-bound
  6. 6. RKO “I remember being intrigued with the idea of having a beacon or north star every quarter, which helped set my priorities. It was also incredibly powerful for me to see my manager’s OKRs, and the OKRs for my peers. Andy Groove, pioneer of OKRs
  7. 7. Google All OKRs are public: everyone knows what others are doing Objectives set as high as possible Key results set on a scale of 0.0 - 1.0
  8. 8. According to Google, failing to meet your OKR goals is better than overshooting them by a wide margin.
  9. 9. Weekdone of Managers using Weekdone value OKRs highly of Managers say Weekdone OKR system is easy to use 70.3% 73.9% MANAGERS USING WEEKDONE
  10. 10. “Use OKRs to make your mission real, feeding your company’s culture and sense of purpose. Link your objectives directly to your company mission, where the means are clearly defined as key results. It will keep the entire company unified and moving in the right direction.“ Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIN LinkedIN
  11. 11. In an organization of 1000 employees, moving a workforce from low to high engagement can have an impact of over $4.2 million
  12. 12. Start using OKRs with Weekdone now! weekdone.com CLICK TO START
  13. 13. LEADER'S GUIDE TO MOTIVATE PEOPLE AT WORK INTRODUCTION TO OKRS 9 UNIQUE TRAITS OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE TEAMS to Motivate People at Le ader'sGui de Work RELATED CONTENT

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John Doerr, one of the advocates for Objectives and Key Results, has said:“I remember being intrigued with the idea of having a beacon or north star every quarter, which helped set my priorities. It was also incredibly powerful for me to see Andy’s OKRs, my manager’s OKRs and the OKRs for my peers. I was quickly able to tie my work directly to the company’s goals. I kept my OKRs pinned up in my office and I wrote new OKRs every quarter, and the system has stayed with me ever since.“ OKRs is a easy process of setting company, team and personal goals and connecting each goal with 3-4 measurable results. As you achieve those results, the whole objective gets marked done. OKRs, on a personal, team's and company level make up a system that shows how everything one person does connects to the work of others.

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