Goal Science Thinking is an approach that uses OKRs as a foundation and turbo-charges them by applying human behavioral psychology, increasing engagement, and enforcing regular practice. Essentially, it leverages all the tricks and hooks we mortals use to stick to good habits — only re-imagined to help large teams stay on top of business targets.
In this panel session from the BetterWorks Goal Summit 2016, get answers to the most common questions about implementing objectives and key results (OKRs) directly from the father of OKRs — John Doerr, Chair at KPCB — and BetterWorks CEO Kris Duggan.
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The power of goal setting with OKRs lies in the simplicity and flexibility to create alignment around prioritized goals for the entire organization on the company, team and individual level. When properly introduced and used right, OKR can be a powerful aid in building a high performance culture characterized by focus on results, openness, and increased accountability.
Article by Max Lamers, culturestars
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