OKR

OKR is an acronym that stands for objectives and key results. It is a goal-setting framework that may be used by individuals, teams, and organizations to identify measurable goals and track the outcomes of those goals.

What is OKR?

OKRs, or Objectives and Key Results, is a framework for setting and measuring goals. It is a method used to align individual and team objectives with the overall strategy of an organization. The framework includes setting specific, measurable, and time-bound objectives and identifying key results that will be used to track progress and measure success. OKRs are used by many companies to improve performance and achieve strategic objectives.
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Objectives and key results (OKR, alternatively OKRs) is a goal-setting framework used by individuals, teams, and organizations to define measurable goals and track their outcomes. The development of OKR is generally attributed to Andrew Grove who introduced the approach to Intel in the 1970s. John Doerr published an OKR book which is called Measure What Matters: How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs in 2017.

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