The tools and support you need to drive company outcomes,
focus teams, and build a goal-oriented company culture.
Free for 3 users or 15 days. No credit card required.
Objectives and Key Results
Organize your goals and drive company outputs with OKRs.
Track weekly activities for more visible & interconnected teams.
Reporting and Data Visualization
Visualize your company’s alignment and progress.
Feedback and Recognition
Praise progress towards goals and boost morale.
OKR Consulting and Training for Lasting Changes
OKRs need a lot of driving to be successful in your company. Our OKR consultants and features help train you and your team in the best practices, find the right champion, and make sure you have the resources and knowledge needed to implement OKRs.
Full consulting and training are included in our paid packages.
Changing Culture and Processes
COVID-19 forced us to work remotely. We found out that Weekdone OKRs actually makes the daily and weekly tracking transparent. Both the app and the interface were far more beautiful than the other options we looked at.Michael Barwell, CEO
Before it was basically Excel or Word document. It wasn’t transparent and I felt that a lot of people who had to read them, didn’t. I think Weekdone helps with a lot of that.Michael Hwang, Marketing Manager
People went out of the OKR review meeting and said that the process really helped them to understand where the company is going, and how their work is contributing to the larger whole and therefore actually feel more valuedKaspar von Grünberg, CEO
Implementing Best Practice Methologies
What are OKRs?
OKR – Objectives and Key Results – is a popular, best practice strategic planning process for setting, communicating, and tracking quarterly goals and results in organizations. OKRs are used religiously by companies such as Google, Linkedin, and Twitter to move their teams in a unified direction. Learn more.
What is PPP Reporting??
PPP – Plans, Progress, Problems – is a proven technique for weekly team planning and status reporting. Weekly check-ins and status meetings are used at companies like Google, Skype, and eBay to increase focus, add transparency, and track achievement. Learn more.