Objectives and Key Results (OKR): what it is and how it will help you achieve results

01 February 2021

Research have shown that setting challenging and specific goals can further enhance employee engagement in attaining those goals. For  example Google often uses “Objectives and Key Results” (OKRs) to try to set ambitious goals and track progress.

OKRs at a glance:

In practice, using OKRs is different from other goal-setting techniques because of the aim to set very ambitious goals. When used this way, OKRs can enable teams to focus on the big bets and accomplish more than the team thought was possible, even if they don’t fully attain the stated goal. OKRs can help teams and individuals get outside of their comfort zones, prioritize work, and learn from both success and failure.

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