How do you introduce OKRs?

OKRs are a type of performance management system that helps businesses track and achieve their goals. But what's the best way to introduce them to your team?

How to introduce OKRs into your organization

If you're considering introducing OKRs to your company, you might wonder how to get started.

Luckily, there are a few easy ways to introduce OKRs to your company. You can start by explaining what OKRs are and why they can be beneficial for your business. This can be done via a company-wide meeting known as Town-hall or all-hands. Or as a company leader, you can brief team leads, and they can inform their team about OKRs and their benefits.

You can also give examples of how other businesses have used OKRs to succeed. Great examples are Google, Adobe and Twitter. Finally, you can provide some resources and tools that will help your team get started with setting their own OKRs. For example, selecting a tool like Collato with visual hierarchy layouts makes it easy for teams to visualize how OKRs work.

Why choose Collato to track your OKRs?

Give work meaning

Visualize the connection between team initiatives and company goals.

Track progress precisely

Track progress in real-time to see which initiatives are advancing goals to 100%.

Work your way

Create workflows down to the smallest task level without the need for yet another project management tool.

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See how Collato will help you and your organization easily implement and track OKRs.
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