The Objective defines where you need to go. It should set a clear direction. Like a destination does, such as New York.
Key Results will tell you if you’re getting closer to your Objective. See them as a GPS device translating your destination into specific coordinates.
Actions are the steps you need to take to reach your Objective. These are like the list of direction in your GPS that guide you to your destination.
OKR tackles widespread problems: disengaged employees and a lack of focus within organizations. By aligning goals and making them transparent, everyone knows the company’s priorities and how they contribute to the overall vision.
Spreadsheets are a common way to get started with OKR in small teams. However, only user-friendly software will help you tap into the full potential of OKR. Dedicated tools can offer useful features that make goal setting fun and easy to manage.
A dedicated OKR tool drastically reduces your management effort. You don’t need to hire a project manager for implementing and maintaining the OKR setting process. Perdoo makes OKR simple and intuitive for both managers and employees.
Perdoo is built to empower companies of all types and sizes. Some of our most loved features include: the insightful dashboard, the neat OKR map, and the powerful explore module. Perdoo also seamlessly integrates with collaboration and tracking tools.
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