One common hurdle in getting started with OKRs is to think about the right ones for you, your team and your company. This is an investment well worth making for your organization as it pays rich dividends in clearer strategy, aligned execution, less wasted effort, more productivity and more satisfied employees.
Examples of good OKRs can spur people to think of the right objectives and goals for their people. Below are a small set of example OKRs, spanning across company and various departments to help you get jump-started.
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