Objectives and Key Results OKR

Objectives and Key Results OKR is a popular management system for measuring the success of an organization. It is used by many companies to set goals and achieve them. The OKR system was first introduced by Intel in 1994. It was developed as a result of Intel's need to keep track of its objectives and key results (KPIs). The company wanted to improve the way it managed its business. The objective-setting process begins with identifying the company's most important objectives and key results. These are then translated into specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals. Objectives and Key Results OKR focuses on three main areas: Setting objectives, Identifying how to measure progress, Creating a plan for what needs to be done in order to reach those objectives.
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