How many OKRs should you have?

OKRs are a type of performance management system that helps businesses track and achieve their goals. But how many is right for your organization?

How many OKRs should your organization have?

This is a great question - and one that doesn't have a single, definitive answer. The number of OKRs (objectives and key results) you have will depend on the size and scope of your company, as well as your specific goals and objectives.

Generally speaking, it's a good idea to start small and gradually add more OKRs as you get more comfortable with the process. You don't want to bite off more than you can chew, after all! As a general rule of thumb, we recommend having 3-5 OKRs for a small company, 5-10 for a medium-sized company, and 10-15 for a large company.

Of course, ultimately it's up to you to decide how many OKRs is the right amount for your company. There's no magic number - it all depends on your unique circumstances.

To find out how to write clear, actionable, and effective OKRs, read our free Quickstart to OKR ebook.

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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