How to Write OKRs That Don’t Suck by Adrian Howard
In this MTP Engage Manchester talk, he explains how to write OKRS that, in his words, “don’t suck”.
OKRs, IdealisedObjectives and Key Results sound deceptively simple on paper.
They’re a way to condense key strategic ideas into actionable, measurable goals that can be understood at every level of the organisation.
In a similar pattern, you might encounter output-based Key Results – KRs that specify milestones, features or releases.
Copy/Paste OKRs all the way DownWhen OKRs are mechanically cascaded down the organisation (e.g.
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