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OKRs & key result areas: What are the differences?

by Tom | Jul 21, 2021

OKRS

OKRs, KRAs… they are all the same, right? Wrong!  They may have similar snappy abbreviations, but they are far from the same. In this blog, we explore what each of these frameworks are for and how they can be used together to boost growth.  What…

How to improve your business goal setting skills

by Tom | Jul 01, 2021

Goals, OKRS

As a business owner or manager, you’ve always got plenty of things piling up on your to-do list. Personal and professional development is likely never far from your thoughts. But, have you ever thought about how improving your goal setting skills could help you to…

The benefits of creating an OKR team within your organisation

by Tom | Jun 08, 2021

Academy, Culture

The right OKR training can quickly turn your team members into OKR experts. But why should you go through this process? Here at TBG, we believe anyone and everyone has the ability to become an OKR superstar. No matter whether you’re new to the OKR…

Can you use OKRs for financial business goals?

by Tom | May 31, 2021

OKRS

When it comes to planning business goals, the OKR method can help you streamline your goal-setting process so that you see real results. This can also come in handy when setting financial goals for a business. OKRs or Objectives and Key Results is a goal-setting…

How to set strategic business goals that will supercharge your growth

by Tom | May 21, 2021

Goals, Leadership, My Objectives, OKRS

We’ve all been in a team where goals have been created, to then sit at the bottom of a pile for the rest of the year not to be thought about until the next goal setting meeting comes along, achieving nothing but wasted time and…

SMART business goals vs OKRs

by Tom | Apr 22, 2021

Goals, OKRS

There are many different goal-setting frameworks that you could utilise to set achievable goals and boost your business growth. SMART business goals are a tool used by many organisations to do just that. But how do they compare to OKRs? Whilst the two goal-setting processes…