OKR GLOSSARY

Stretch Goal

Stretch goals are the aspirational part of OKRs where teams take an extra element in their targets to achieve their goals. These allow for teams to experiment, innovate & try new methods to push beyond their comfort zones. This comes with a rider - teams should not take stretch goals, which are unachievable 70% of the times, instead, they need to be slowly introduced & picked as teams get comfortable with their OKR cadence

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