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How to effectively roll out OKRs in your organisation

For the past 5 years, The Agile Eleven has been using a goal-setting tool popularised by Google called Objectives & Key Results (OKRs). Why do we use it? To drive organisational alignment to help achieve our goals and vision. OKRs are so ingrained in our culture and ways of working that we have been implementing it with our clients, and have even started using them as part of our own people development…See More
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How to effectively roll out OKRs in your organisation

For the past 5 years, The Agile Eleven has been using a goal-setting tool popularised by Google called Objectives & Key Results (OKRs). Why do we use it? To drive organisational alignment to help achieve our goals and vision. OKRs are so ingrained in our culture and ways of working that we have been implementing it with our clients, and have even started using them as part of our own people development…See More
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http://www.theagileeleven.com
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Future of work, innovation, culture, transformation, coaching, executive leadership
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How to effectively roll out OKRs in your organisation

Posted on September 17, 2019 at 16:30 0 Comments

For the past 5 years, The Agile Eleven has been using a goal-setting tool popularised by Google called Objectives & Key Results (OKRs). Why do we use it? To drive organisational alignment to help achieve our goals and vision. OKRs are so ingrained in our culture and ways of working that we have been implementing it with our clients, and have even started using them as part of our…

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