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Leaders get frustrated when they can’t just point in one direction and get everyone to follow; teams get equally frustrated with inconsistent, unprioritized goals. OKRs (Objective & Key Results) help leaders and teams get aligned and innovate more quickly.
Companies are enticed by stories of firms who pursued a moonshot, risked it all, and won big. And research shows stretch goals can produce outstanding returns, but only if the conditions are right.
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Google’s “moonshot factory” is inspiring and ambitious, but there’s a less talked-about route to many of Google’s great achievements -- the consistent, short-term, incremental “roofshots” that make our products better year after year.
If you’re trying to figure out how to stick to your new year’s resolutions consider “temptation bundling”, the idea of only allowing yourself to do something you enjoy, perhaps reading trashy novels, while doing something you know you should do, like exercising.
Objectives and Key Results — the process by which leaders and their teams set ambitious, measurable goals each quarter — are a critical component of how Google’s leaders managed Google’s growth from day one.