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OKRs and KPIs are often interchanged and confused within an organization. However, this shouldn't be the case.
On the surface, tying goals and performance reviews together might seem like a good idea. After all, what better way to hold employees accountable than to link their goals directly to their performance reviews? However, there are several problems with this approach. Read on to find out!
With everything that's going on in the world, it's natural to feel like your goals and plans might need to be put on hold. But just because things are uncertain, doesn't mean you have to stop moving forward. Here's everything you need to know about reviewing and adjusting goals in times of uncertainity.
Looking to understand why you should freeze your key results in OKRs? Read this short blog in order to explore how to prevent your key results from being ‘siloed’ and forgotten.
Wondering how to align your team’s goals with company goals? Or, looking to align your personal goals with company goals? Read on to find out how
Visualize your OKR framework with an OKR Dashboard. Here's our guide on creating an OKR dashboard to track progress in your business.
If you're looking for inspiration to set OKRs, you've come to the right place. Here are 10 powerful OKR examples for growth-oriented companies.
Consistent feedback and coaching can do wonders for your organization. Read on to learn more about the benefits of performance management systems.
When employees link their personal goals to that of the organization, they get to understand the impact their work has on the business as a whole.
Task management is an essential part of a well-running business. Read our ultimate guide to task management in the workplace and how it can benefit you.
Being able to achieve work goals is essential for improving employee satisfaction. Here are ways you can create an environment that promotes goal achievement.
Learn the ins and outs about setting goals and achieving amazing results with OKRs (Objectives and Key Results).
Setting business goals is an imperative to keep your team on track. Learn how these goals can be implemented and achieved.
Wondering what a 360-degree review is and how to conduct one? This guide has everything you need to know, from the basics of feedback to best practices.
Self-evaluation can seem taxing, but they are a great performance review tool. Read this blog for some great tips on self-evaluation.
Good OKRs can help you set goals, measure progress, and get it all done. Here are some examples of OKR-based goals for various industries.
Conversations, Feedback, and Recognition (CFRs) are the super tools you need for a healthy OKR system. Learn how to use these building blocks to boost employee engagement.
What’s the difference between OKRs and KPIs? Compare and choose the best framework to follow.
Many companies fail at OKRs and give up without finding out why. We drilled down into that and found 9 common mistakes that most of those companies made.
Do you want to use OKRs but still have some questions? Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about writing and using OKRs.
Cascading goals reduces agility, collaboration, and bottom-up innovation. It's time to switch to a better goal-setting model with OKRs.
Research suggests that public goals are more likely to be achieved than private ones. Learn more about the benefits of transparent goals and ways to create a transparent work environment.
Ever wondered why organisations like Google use OKRs? Learn the benefits of OKRs you can gain by implementing them into your business.
OKRs are clear, simple, and results-driven—helping companies achieve bold goals. But they also have some aspects that won't work for some companies. Read more.
We've all set goals that we achieved, but how do you get from setting your goals to executing them? Read this article and find out.
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