How-to Guide to Writing Good OKRs with
Example Objectives and Key Results
When getting started with OKRs — Objectives and Key Results —
the most common questions we get at Weekdone are:
- How to write good OKRs?
- Can you give me examples of good OKRs?
- What should I put in my OKRs?
To answer these questions we created this database of example OKRs so you
can get started and write your own company, department, team, or personal OKRs.
In case you need an OKR software tool, sign up to Weekdone for free. Feel free to e-mail us at Weekdone in case you need feedback and help with your OKRs: email@example.com.
- "Where do I want to go?"
- O Objective
- B Bracing
- J Judicious
- E Exact
- C Clearly understandable
- T Tangible
- Key Results
- "How do I get there?"
- R Reachable
- E Exponent
- S Significant
- U Undestandable
- L Limited to numbers
- T Trackable
- OKR Best Practices
- 3-4 Objectives max per level (e.g. per person)
- 3-5 Key Results max per Objective
- Write for other people: they must clearly understand your goals