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OKRs stands for Objectives and Key Results. It is a goal setting framework created by Intel and used by Google, Twitter & LinkedIn among others. Objectives are defined by rather ambitious qualitative goals for the Team, it is the main focus on what has to be accomplished for a given time (what we want to achieve). Key Results are the measurable outcomes that give details on how to reach the objectives (how do we know if we are getting there). OKRs stands for Objectives and Key Results. It is a goal setting framework created by Intel and used by Google, Twitter & LinkedIn among others. Objectives are defined by rather ambitious qualitative goals for the Team, it is the main focus on what has to be accomplished for a given time (what we want to achieve). Key Results are the measurable outcomes that give details on how to reach the objectives (how do we know if we are getting there). The point is to ensure that the whole company is heading to the same direction by setting up priorities for each department or member to reach the common goal. OKRs are usually defined with the following format: « I will (Objective) as measured by (this set of Key Results) ».

DevelopAgile.com really encourages Teams to use it along with any Agile framework because it just makes miracles happen !

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