Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) is a framework for setting and achieving goals. The one key difference between OKRs and other goal-setting frameworks is that Key Results are measurable. Andy Grove of Intel is considered the “Father of OKRs” and he believed that measuring results means there is no ambiguity around whether you or your team achieved your goals. The results are black and white.
John Doerr brought OKRs to Google in 1999 and this framework is now widely used in the tech industry among others. Doerr discusses OKRs in detail in his book Measure What Matters, and there is a
for project management, you may be used to the term agile epics. An epic is a chunk of work that consists of multiple user stories (or tasks) that have one common objective. A key point about epics is that they are based on the needs of your customers and users of your product. The benefit of using agile epics is that a large chunk of work can be broken down into smaller tasks allows your team to deliver value faster to customers and users, and keeps the team aligned on a common objective.
with agile epics, you and your team can see how close you are to completing company-wide goals and see a basic timeline of all epics in one place. This template gives you a bird’s eye view of all epics and teams can quickly edit the status of an epic which impacts the overall timeline of epics. With conditional formatting, anyone team member can see the status of an epic. See more
Coda is an all-in-one doc for your team’s unique processes — the rituals that help you succeed. Teams that use Coda get rid of hundreds of documents, spreadsheets, and even bespoke apps, to work quickly and clearly in one place. This template is a Coda doc. Click around to explore.