Boosting engagement can be surprisingly simple: by making goals clear, real and tangible, then sharing them in a way that is easily understood, we can ensure everyone stays on the ball.
After four years of refining Management by OKR to fit their processes, ergovia took it to the next level with the Goalscape visual goal management solution.
In competitive sports, many factors influence each player’s performance and the success of the whole team. Keeping track of everything is the key challenge for coaching and support staff: Goalscape is the answer.
Management by OKR (Objectives and Key Results): A visual guide on how to effectively achieve business and personal goals. It’s important to always have an eye on the big picture with common core goals – as these are key to high motivation and effective work engagement.
Managing teams with Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) has become really popular all over the world – especially since Google’s stellar ascent, attributed partly to the company adopting the OKR process in its early startup days.
Business leaders recognize that motivation is key to success, yet most organizations are terrible at it! Globally, almost 90% of working people are not fully motivated, operating far below the motivation level of Olympic athletes – or even kids at play!
You will love the new Notes field: you can now embed videos and images and insert tables – and when you paste text, it will maintain its formatting (including links).
I recently stumbled across a goal-setting process called OKR which stands for Objectives and Key Results. I wish I had done so earlier. OKRs are used on a daily basis by successful megaplayers like Intel, Google, LinkedIn and many others. The beauty lies in its simplicity and common sense. There is a lot to OKR, our key takeaways are:
OK Goalsetters, here is my follow-up post outlining a simple process for defining a high level strategy plan for achieving your goals, using Goalscape to display the goal structure, priorities and progress. The above example is from top level sport: the principles though apply to any ambitious undertaking.
What high performance teams need is a visual map to show the entire structure of the challenge: every goal and subgoal. They want to fly over the landscape of goals and get the view from 30,000 feet: seeing all the goals at once and the connections between them.
Now Marcus Baur has made a short video that shows how you can use Goalscape to build rich, engaging presentations (with less effort!) – and use the same model to plan the follow-up actions.
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