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Remember your maiden bike ride without the training wheels? You get on that seat waiting to ride away. The handle bars suddenly play truant; you remember peddling slowly, frantically reaching your feet to the ground and most of all thinking about how not have that painful fall! A first time OKR implementation could feel as overwhelming. As the company CEO, Business Leader or Manager you have the badge of honor to set direction. You come across this great goal management tool, with a precedence of 10x success for Google.
You just inducted your employees to the increasingly popular goal setting framework OKRs (Objectives and Key Results). You stand there expecting beaming faces. Instead, what you see is a bunch of skeptics staring back. Fret Not! You are not alone.
When it comes to OKR Management (Objectives and Key Result Areas) , spreadsheets are probably the go-to option when organizations are smaller. However, with that aspiration to get to '10X' growth and teams rapidly scaling beyond 20 members, one would probably realize it's about time to switch from Spreadsheets to an OKR tool.
The concept of OKRs originated in Intel attributed to Andy Grove, and popularized by John Doerr; he took it to Google way back in 1999 when they were about 60 people and two decades later, they still use it! In the words of Larry Page, CEO of Alphabet and Co- Founder of Google, “OKRs have helped lead us to 10X growth, many times over.”