A common misconception is to think “OKRs versus KPIs”, but the best option is to use both simultaneously.
Each fills an important role in the business.
KPIs measure actual vs expected metrics – i.e. performance. However, KPIs – whilst necessary – don’t tell us what to do to achieve the expected results. This is where Objectives and Key Results come into play.
During this webinar, we explained the difference between KPIs and OKRs, and why both are essential for your business. We also looked at some KPI & OKR examples which showcased how easy it is to combine KPIs with OKRs for impactful business results. Used together, KPIs and OKRs give you the target goals and the roadmap to achieve success.