An acronym for “objectives and key results,” which represents a framework for defining and tracking goals, objectives, and their outcome. Objectives are ambitious and key results are measurable and easy to grade with a number. OKRs differ from other goal setting techniques because of the tenant of setting very ambitious goals, more than the employee or team thought possible.

Benefits of OKRs 

OKRs can push teams to a higher level of achievement and push individuals outside of their comfort zone. It can help employees prioritize work and learn from successes and failures.

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