What are the common mistakes while executing OKRs?

OKRs, when executed correctly, can really improve your business performance. If you’re not seeing the results as promised, you might be making one or more of the following mistakes:

  • Uncertain sponsorship
  • Setting ‘safe’ goals or creating way too many OKRs
  • Turning company Key Results to the Objective of a team
  • Using the wrong metrics to measure achievements
  • Not tracking regularly enough
  • Using OKRs to play the blame game, rather than inspiring teams


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