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A practical guide on how to set Team OKRs

Andy Grove is often credited as the father of OKR methodology, which has helped transform the likes of Intel, Google, LinkedIn and many others. However there is very little written material available that provides step by step instructions for setting OKRs.

In this light, we have written numerous articles about the history of OKRs, their spread beyond Silicon Valley, mistakes companies commit while setting OKRs and a few others. We now aim to educate our readers about how to formulate OKRs at the team level.

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Don’t be naive & set these 4 unrealistic expectations from OKRs
Objectives & key results have started to gain widespread acceptance beyond Silicon valley giants. The agile goal setting framework emphasizes on stretch & measurable targets. Although OKRs have been around since 70's, they became more popular in the last decade or so.

In this post we discuss 4 such unrealistic & at times detrimental OKR expectations that leaders tend to have. To make the OKR adoption successful, it is of foremost importance that right expectations are set from the word go. Read more.

How To Manage Generational Differences In The Workplace:

CFOs were asked: "In which one of the following areas do you see the greatest differences among your company's employees who are from different generations?"

The responses: 30% said "communication skills," 26% said "adapting to change," 23% responded with "technical skills," 14% responded with "cross-departmental collaboration," while 7% noted "no differences." Additional high-level findings were as follows.


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