OKR Coach Sameera Moinpour shares insights from recent team retros that can help your team achieve its best possible results this quarter.
In many ways, setting goals is similar to dreaming of success. But achieving goals is infinitely harder and more complex. Consider these four tips for using your energy and capacity to achieve greater professional success.
The OKR approach to setting goals is key at high growth Silicon Valley companies. Coach, consultant and guest velocity guru Christina Wodtke offers a template for masterful goal achievement.
Organizations whose employees are actively engaged in goal achievement have 3x greater operating margins than companies with lower engagement levels. Use these eight tactics to inspire and align your team's efforts to achieve your goals.
How are your planned outcomes versus actuals monitored week over week and how much does your approach vary over the course of the year? Without a consistent execution framework, it’s easy to lose time and hard to achieve ambitious goals.
In dynamic markets, velocity is a competitive advantage. VQ (Velocity Quotient) is a measure of the time and resources needed to achieve desired results. CEO Deidre Paknad explains how you can achieve more with less using WorkBoard's Business Velocity Platform.
Objectives and Key Results or OKRs have helped hyper-growth Internet companies like Google achieve phenomenal success. Use OKRs to embolden your goals, define how success is measured and achieve execution excellence.
Bold OKRs are adopted by companies for one of three key reasons: Focus, Alignment, or Acceleration. Learn how to use stretch goals to encourage employees to continually push the envelope towards great achievement.
Velocity to goal determines career velocity — the speed and degree of career growth. These 5 strategies can help you increase your speed and efficiency.
If you're ready for an awesome year — one where you make a big impact and grow your business or career — start it off right with clear, inspiring Q1 goals that people really care about.
It’s mid-year review time and if you're like many people, you haven’t thought about goals in 5.5 months. Not a great moment for manager or team member, but it’s a common one. These five steps will help you be more successful and get more recognition at your year-end review.
Learn how to define goals that motivate, establish clear metrics for success and keep your team centered on achievement.