OKR Videos

https://www.youtube.com/embed/I_jCDz0wLIo
What Are OKRS - The Basics
https://www.youtube.com/embed/qdjv1-5KGKI
How to Set OKRS with Examples
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Amc3RMisKcU
Writing good objectives
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ai7dGTEg7xQ
In OKRs, How do you write great key results
https://www.youtube.com/embed/28HAHgMZxbc?start=1s
How many OKRs should you have?
https://www.youtube.com/embed/PqVcqDu86_4
How to make OKRs work?
https://www.youtube.com/embed/jNm8dTYPjQQ
How do OKRs and agile work together?
https://www.youtube.com/embed/wQBz2LK3uKI
OKRs Vs KPI
https://www.youtube.com/embed/MvT3L8k55Qk
Capturing key results not tasks
https://www.youtube.com/embed/XsAL9KwKHGY
5 rules of OKRs
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What Are OKRS - The Basics

How to Set OKRS with Examples

Writing good objectives

The struggle to write good OKRs is common. Watch this to avoid two common and basic mistakes while writing objectives.

In OKRs, How do you write great key results

How many OKRs should you have?

How to make OKRs work?

How do OKRs and agile work together?

OKRs Vs KPI

Capturing key results not tasks

Objectives need to be aspirational & inspirational AS MEASURED BY Key Results that are specific, measurable, time-bound. Don't confuse day to day tasks with Key Results!

5 rules of OKRs

Adopting OKRs do not guarantee success. In fact adopting them for one quarter based on online literature and videos will probably set you to fail. Here are 5 cardinal ingredients that you must incorporate for a successful recipe.

OKRs: A tool not a weapon

Linking OKR grading directly to compensation would be one of the worst pitfalls for a company. HR leaders should optimize OKRs for other valuable outcomes such as talent retention and developing future leaders.

Are OKRs a new fad, a sudden gold rush?

OKRs are not new. They have been around since the 1970s when they were introduced at Intel by Andy Grove. In 1999, John Doerr introduced the OKRs goal-setting methodology to Google, a model he first learned about while he was at Intel. In his book Measure What Matters he reveals how Google used OKRs as a key to business innovation and success. From the eighteenth search engine in 1999, it is now #1. And in this span of 20 years, Google has reached a valuation of $739 billion. In a business environment where 90% of startups fail and enterprises are struggling with 68% or more employees disengaged, everyone wants to tap into this powerful tool that holds the promise of growth velocity and team alignment.

Successful adoption of OKRs at SOLV

Success at OKRs with Champions at SOLV