What to consider when limiting the number of OKR for the top-line and team OKR?
Can OKR create a shift in mindset when it comes to planning? Can OKR be used to navigate change and uncertainties (e.g. COVID-19 pandemic)? According to Ellia, the answer to both is yes.
How does OKR differ from KPI? One team lead who has worked in companies that implement both share her first-hand experience with us.
Convincing a team/individual that OKR will be a good fit for them might not be the right approach. One alternative is to ask about their pain points and challenges.
How do you encourage your team to adopt and maintain a new initiative? One answer is by mimicking the desired behavior yourself.
Remote work doesn’t diminish the value OKR brings. If anything, it brings forth the value. Read more to find out.
5 individuals. 5 different functions. 5 different takes on OKR and how it benefitted them in their work. Read more to find out.
Managing the work in one’s team is one of the leader’s responsibilities that might take up most of his time. In this case, OKR can help to facilitate the process of team coordination and enable teams to self-manage.
For some, OKR is more than just a goal-setting framework. OKR provides them with a template to structure their thoughts by giving a template to determine their priorities.
Learn more about Tisya’s experience with OKR and how Product Narrative assisted her and her team throughout the journey.
As a manager, OKR can be useful for 2 things: managing expectations (up and down) and providing space for group reflection.
What does it mean when we're told to set ambitious goals? And, why is it necessary to always keep stretching our capabilities?
Effective OKR adoption is about measuring progress instead of mere habit. But, how do we commit to making progress?
How does OKR help you to learn and practice frequently in the real working environment?
What are some of the burning questions when it comes to OKR adoption in the company? We discussed three (3) in particular in this article.
Adopting the OKR practice means we’re building a new habit. But, how does habit-building work?