Christina Wodtke says "Treat your company culture as if it was a really critical product that you constantly have to be caretaking and evolving. You can never just leave it there and go, 'We're done now.'
A solid company culture is a result of communication, collaboration and accountability; none of these can be achieved without transparency. For companies which have a solid and open culture, establishing OKRs is always easier because the key pillars of OKRs - Conversation, Collaboration and Transparency help in building the much needed foundation. CFRs are the backbone of OKRs and in companies with the right cultural streaks, establishing and succeeding with CFRs is not a far-fetched tale.
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