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3 indicators to know you should use OKR in your company

Use OKR in your company to improve transparency, organization, team motivation and overall performance. OKR are meant to improve you overall company performance by making your processes more transparent and involving everyone. Use OKR in your company when you feel that you need to improve certain processes dramatically and that your teams motivation could use […]


January 14th, 2015|OKR for companies|0 Comments

Company performance review with OKR

When using OKR the company performance review is one of the main parts you will be able to do much quicker than you used to before. The beauty of the OKR method is, that it comes with a simple grading system that allows you to understand the current company performance at one glance. And the […]


January 14th, 2015|OKR for companies|0 Comments

5 steps to implement OKR in your company

Using Objectives and Key Results in your company can have a major impact on your whole company structure and working behavior of employees. So you will want to make sure to implement OKR successfully in your company. The following five steps will simplify the way you implement OKR.
#1 Be prepared
The first step of course is […]

January 14th, 2015|OKR for companies|0 Comments

Company Objectives – The power of OKR

Every company sets its vision, mission and company objectives, but most companies do not use the term objectives correctly. Objectives do not equal long term goals or dreams. But instead company objectives are short term, inspiring targets a company needs and wants to achieve to further develop and strengthen its position in the marketplace. So […]

January 14th, 2015|OKR for companies|0 Comments

3 steps to track your team performance

A startup depends less on its product nor does it depend on the ruthlessness of its idea or the money that has been invested but it depends highly on its team. And with it on its team performance. As the founder it is your full responsibility to make sure your team performance is high and […]

January 13th, 2015|OKR for Startups|0 Comments

Process development with OKR for Startups

Process development is one of the key factors that can decide over success or failure of a company. If your process development team is doing a good job it is most likely that your company is heading towards a bright future. So how can you implement OKR in the process development? Keeping it simple, process […]

January 13th, 2015|OKR for Startups|0 Comments

OKR for Startups

Objectives and Key Results are a great method to enhance ones company’s performance and also improve the work performance of employees. The simplicity of this method makes it ideal to use OKR for startups. As startups are usually comprised of small teams with flat hierarchies it is very simple to implement OKR. Objectives and Key […]

January 12th, 2015|OKR for Startups|0 Comments

Measure your team performance

When working with OKR, it is extremely important to always keep track of your team performance. The beauty about the whole OKR method is, that you are able to simply measure OKR as they come with a pretty straight forward grading system. Read further about how to grade OKR.
Team performance through motivation
OKR are meant to […]

January 12th, 2015|OKR for Startups|0 Comments

4 steps to implement OKR with your team

After you have decided to use and implement OKR in your startup it is time that you also implement it correctly. The success or failure of using OKR highly depends on your introduction of OKR. The best way to prepare yourself for the usage of OKR in your startup is to test it yourself for […]

January 12th, 2015|OKR for Startups|0 Comments

Successfully set OKR in your Startup

The process of setting and defining OKR is the most important part of setting OKR successfully in your startup. Most people might think that once you have decided to use OKR you can just simply set them up and start using them. But that is not entirely true how it works. Instead defining and eventually […]

January 12th, 2015|OKR for Startups|0 Comments