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.
Now, after a successful beta phase, the Goal Management Software specialist announces the official release of Goalscape 3.0 for corporations, coaches, leaders, and anyone pursuing ambitious, worthwhile goals.
All current Goalscapers can use the new web application https://goalscape.app. And there is an Upload feature that makes it easy to migrate existing goalscapes (GSP files) created in Goalscape Online or Goalscape Desktop to the new web app.
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!
If you want to be inspired about Goalsetting, listen to Earl Nightingale’s 1956 radio talk The Strangest Secret. It is 30 supercharged minutes of timeless and priceless advice from the Grand Master of Goal Setting.
What Laura Vanderkam has to offer in her talk is as profound as it is simple. She sees the lack of time most of us so painfully experience not as a byproduct of a hectic modern lifestyle or growing demands in the workplace, but instead, as rooted in a lack of willpower to set priorities and make tough decisions.
Tomas Tunguz, a former Google Employee on how to avoid burnout. His message is simple:
You can not have it all. You need to prioritize and ask yourself: “Which are the most important things I need to do well”. So don’t set too many goals – set the right goals.
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:
We are delighted to announce that on July 14, 2015 we received formal approval of our application for a patent on the Goalscape goal map format and software, under Patent No. US 9,082,316 B2. Read here, what our patent includes.