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OKRs and Goal Management sitting in a tree

by Gill Arnott | Feb 13, 2020

Goals, OKRS

Roses are red, violets are blue, OKRs give clarity, and goals drive you through. OK, so we’ve jumped on the Valentine’s Day bandwagon, but the sentiment is absolutely spot on. OKRs and goal management are intertwined, and their bond is strong. OKRs as the tool…

OKRs: not just for January

by Gill Arnott | Jan 30, 2020

OKRS

Ah, January, the month of change. As we go into February, how are your New Years’ resolutions going?  Are they dead and buried, or are you still trying to push a square peg through a round hole?  Only 12% of us will actually stick to…

Talking OKRs down under

by Lawrence Walsh | Jan 14, 2020

OKR Podcast, OKRS

Today we talk to Emma Lo Russo of Digivizer all the way from Sydney Australia. Emma co-founded Digivizer in 2010 with her business partner Clinton Larson. In today’s podcast we talk about Digivizer, the growth of the company and OKRs in Australia. Lawrence: Morning everybody welcome…

Are your annual appraisals the annual dread?

by Lawrence Walsh | Dec 13, 2019

Appraisals, OKRS

It’s that time of year again…the dreaded annual appraisal. We know the word “appraisal” alone can send shivers down the spine, or make employees break out in an irrational pool of sweat. But why, after all, performance management is an awesome tool for employee’s development…

BlueWeek – OKRs in the European Market

by Roger Longden | Dec 10, 2019

OKRS

BlueWeek was a weeklong series of free educational webinars from OKR and business leaders from across the globe. Presented by CoBlue, the leading Brazilian OKR company, who are working as a SAAS and consultancy firm within the Brazilian marketplace. As part of BlueWeek Roger spoke…

So you read Measure What Matters and you gave OKRs a go. So, how do you avoid those soggy bottoms?

by Roger Longden | Nov 12, 2019

OKRS, Process

There’s no denying that Measure What Matters brought OKRs out of the geekdom of tech & software and into the mainstream and, for that alone, I would happily buy John Doerr a beer. 12 months on though, it’s fascinating to see the impact it has…