Step by Step Guide to OKRs

Goal setting templates and examples by Weekdone

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Ultimate Guide for OKR Goal Setting

Most important aspect of running a successful business is setting the right goals and executing them well.

This “Step by Step Guide to OKRs” is a practical guide to goal setting that offers concrete examples to help you start setting impactful and meaningful goals. This book teaches you how to manage a team better and create a feeling of success.

It’s about Objectives and Key Results, better known for their acronym: OKR. This is a “How-to” guide to get started with OKRs and to help your team or a company implement the best goal setting system currently out there.

You should read this book if:

  • You want to improve your goal setting abilities;
  • You need examples of impactful goals;
  • You want to get more done every day;
  • You are interested in using the same technique that made Google and LinkedIn successful;
  • You’d like to improve your team’s performance;
  • You have time to kill during a plane ride.

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About the author

Alexander Maasik

Alexander Maasik is a communication specialist and writer at Weekdone OKR app.

He has been researching OKRs and goal setting for a few years, conducting interviews with experts, and users, and figuring out the best practices. He has a degree in journalism and public relations and a strong passion for internal communications and team goal setting. He also really likes rabbits.