If you’re working in Marketing and feeling swamped by your to-do list, these example OKRs for Marketing teams can help you achieve clarity and focus while delivering against company strategy. OKRs behave like glue and can connect your team allowing you to focus on the activity that delivers the greatest impact. Before we dive into[…]

Keeping your team focused and motivated is a challenge all leaders face. At Perdoo, we often share team building quotes that provide interesting insights or fresh new views on the common challenges we face every day at work. We’ll usually share these through our team Slack channel. Sometimes they’re fun, others are thought-provoking. Now that[…]

Originally published on iamwire Behind every great success, there are goals. Unfortunately, setting goals isn’t something most people are naturally good at. Getting good at goal setting requires training. In the beginning, you’ll make mistakes that prevent you from tapping your full potential. But after eliminating these mistakes and re-thinking the way you set goals, you’ll[…]

Amplify is an education technology company that is transforming the classroom experience for their clients in the K-12 sector (primary and secondary education). Providing an innovative and purposeful work environment for their employees is something the company cares deeply about, which is why they implemented OKR (Objectives & Key Results) along with agile. We talked[…]

OKR (Objectives & Key Results) is an excellent way to connect strategy with execution on a company and team level. Some companies also let employees set individual OKRs to add an extra level below their team OKRs. Before you introduce individual OKRs to your organization or decide to continue using them, make sure you’re aware[…]

A rarely acknowledged part of making a company succeed is knowing how to create a mission and vision that anyone can understand. Amazon’s founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is one of the masters of this art. From his legendary letter to stockholders that, each year, memorializes the idea that it’s still Day 1, to setting[…]

One of the most common questions among executives before starting with the implementation of OKRs is: How do I calculate the ROI of goal management? Experts and consultants, like Ben Lamorte and Paul Niven, agree that the answer to this question is notoriously difficult to quantify. OKR can bring many benefits to an organization, but[…]

The goal management framework OKR (Objectives & Key Results) can bring tremendous value to organizations, if implemented correctly. The OKR success stories from Google, LinkedIn, and Intel inspired many other companies to adopt the framework. However, some organizations fail when implementing OKR. A common reason for failure is misunderstanding among teams of the role that[…]

One of the most common questions we get asked at Perdoo is how OKR and Project Management work together. OKR is a great framework for focusing on achieving results rather than completing tasks, but this doesn’t mean there’s no place for day-to-day tasks in OKR. They work together. If you’re already familiar with the OKR[…]

First the good news: although sluggish, employee engagement seems to have improved a tiny bit recently (according to Gallup’s most recent State of the American Workplace 2017 report). Still the vast majority, a shocking 67% are either not engaged or actively disengaged at work. The economic benefits of engaged employees are clear and well-understood by[…]