Align your company by tracking progress of quarterly goals.
Refocus your team. Get everyone on track towards achieving unified goals using the best practice methodology of OKRs, used by Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other world-leading companies.
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Review your Objectives and Key Results
Check and adjust the alignment of your OKRs
Get your questions answered and OKR advice
Set up your company structure and OKRs
Get tips on transition from spreadsheets or implementing OKRs for the first time
OKR basics – understanding, writing, and aligning OKRs
Weekdone usage – navigation, adding OKRs, using Weekly Check-in and other features
Set and share Objectives and Key Results – OKRs
Measure and visualize progress over each quarter
Discuss OKRs with co-workers and leaders
Visibility on company, department, and team levels
Why use OKRs?
Objectives and Key Results – used by Google, LinkedIn, Intel, Oracle, and Twitter among others – are the one management technique that almost always improves the performance of your company.
It does so by improving employee focus, productivity and transparency in teams. Your company will move as one toward unified goals, getting done what’s most important.
Set and manage goals
Using the Objectives and Key Results methodology you can create and track Objectives at a company, department, and team level.
Align your goals
Align your team goals with the company goals. With OKR linking you can connect Objectives between different levels.
Don’t just set and forget! Keep constant track of your Objectives with our OKR graphs and progress indicators. The ability to link weekly plans to and comment on OKRs provides even more visibility on how progress is achieved.
What are OKRs?
Getting started with OKR goal-setting and driving the performance improvements in your teams is simple. Read about the basics of OKRs here and then try them out in your team.
When getting started with OKRs, the most common questions we get at Weekdone are: How to write good OKRs? Can you give me examples of good OKRs? What should I put in my OKRs?
To answer these questions we created the database of example OKRs so you can get started and write your own goals like a pro.