Well-crafted OKRs require a team and organisation context that fosters collaboration and learning
In Part 1, we have seen 3 principles for effective OKRs, focused on the OKRs themselves:
- At least one of your Objectives should be cross-functional and stable.
- Its Key Results should express the outcomes that show your progress towards your Objectives (not the work you’re willing to put into it).
- Key Results should be unequivocally measurable.
Let us now look at 3 more principles, focused on the best team and organisation context for OKRs to thrive as an alignment and learning tool.