6 Principles for Truly Effective OKRs (Part 2)

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:

  1. At least one of your Objectives should be cross-functional and stable.
  2. Its Key Results should express the outcomes that show your progress towards your Objectives (not the work you’re willing to put into it).
  3. 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.