There are countless frameworks for setting your team’s goals and tracking progress, and our favorite happens to be OKRs (Objectives & Key Results).
Popularized by Google in the late 90s’ / early 2000s, the basic goal of OKRs is to precisely define how to achieve objectives through concrete, specific, measurable actions. However, the real “how-to’s” of implementing OKRs can get a bit confusing…so who better to break them down for us than someone who used them while she worked at Google, herself?
The best part is, you don’t have to be a company like Google to make OKRs work for you. Even super-scrappy teams can use the OKR system to create impressive results.