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What are some good business goals for small businesses?

by Jenny Bowes | Jun 08, 2021

Goals, OKRS, Strategy

We all know we need clear organisational goals in place to get to where we want to be. But identifying what they are and really drilling down to the steps that are needed to get there isn’t always easy – especially if you’re growing a…

How to assess organisational culture

by Georgia Parker | May 08, 2021

Culture, OKRS, People

A strong organisational culture can make the world of difference for your business. As a result, you should regularly assess your workplace culture to ensure that it’s helping rather than hindering your ability to achieve your goals. This will also help you see whether there…

How do you motivate others to achieve business goals

by Georgia Parker | Apr 15, 2021

alignment, Culture, mindset, Motivation, OKRS, People

Employee motivation is a force, it’s the wave that helps drive your business forward towards achieving your business goals. But what motivates your employees?  Finding ways to increase employee motivation can provide a world of benefits for your business. It can increase your chances of…

How to use OKRs for product management

by Jenny Bowes | Apr 08, 2021

Innovation, OKRS, Process, Strategy

Product lifecycle management involves monitoring a good as it moves through the different stages of product life. OKRs can assist with this process by boosting the growth of products in the growth phase, and helping to prevent products from entering the decline phase. Product managers…

How to make a business growth plan

by Roger Longden | Apr 01, 2021

Values

Sustainable growth is something that every business is striving for, but creating a business growth strategy to achieve this is no mean feat. Grow too quickly and a business can quickly lose it’s focus, agility and alignment. Alternatively, if your business doesn’t grow fast enough…