It's easy to add an OKR for every activity. Instead work towards setting the fewest number of goals. Here's how to do it.
Should you have personal goals in life and at work? Yes, you should. Should you use OKRs to set those goals in both contexts? No. Here's why.
Your objectives and key results are assumptions. At times they will be wrong. Here's how to handle a situation where your goals aren't right.
We use OKRs to set goals. Should all of our goals then use OKRs? This article discusses which goals make sense and which don't.
If we're going to set new goals with OKRs, we need to change how we measure the performance of our teams. Here are 6 ways to do that.
Scrum teams fail without dedicated designers. Here’s why.
SAFe - the scaled agile framework - attempts to bring agility and scrum to large enterprises. In my experience, it fails and is not agile.
Here are the top 10 questions asked in my recent masterclass on objectives and key results.
Humility is the key to leading and building agile teams and organizations. Here’s why.
Your next career move doesn't have to be risky. You can experiment your way to the best next move. Here's how.