Category: OKRs

Is incrementality harming your business?

Is incrementality harming your business?

It’s common for leaders and managers to want everything to improve all of the time. I assume that’s part of what they think their job entails. Pushing people to achieve more. Maximising performance. If you stop to think about it for a second and ask yourself: Why does everything need to be better? You might […]

THRIVE – Episode #2 – Steve Grout & Nikhil K Maini [PODCAST]

THRIVE – Episode #2 – Steve Grout & Nikhil K Maini [PODCAST]

It’s remarkable to see how companies have adapted their goal setting and OKRs since Covid-19 plunged the normal ways of working into something quite different. After almost a year of lockdowns, ZOOM calls and adjusted ways of working – companies that have adapted are coping well and are sure to succeed, while the ones who […]

8 Best Tips For OKR Success In 2021 – PLUS A GIFT

8 Best Tips For OKR Success In 2021 – PLUS A GIFT

Holidays are a great time for reflection. In 2020 we learnt a lot about what makes one company succeed with OKRs and another struggle. If you need help writing OKRs, reach out to us for coaching or read our Ultimate Guide To OKRs. So if you’re using OKRs to support better performance in 2021, here […]

THRIVE – Episode #1 – Peter Kerr [PODCAST]

THRIVE – Episode #1 – Peter Kerr [PODCAST]

Welcome to THRIVE – a new podcast that explores the Science behind workplace performance alongside special guests who continuously use their experience and expertise to help companies thrive. Covid-19 continues to hit companies hard – so it’s more important than ever for teams and companies to align their goals, define their culture and structure well […]

Why it is OK to miss your OKRs this Quarter

Why it is OK to miss your OKRs this Quarter

You’re on the ZOKRI website, so the chances are that you have chosen OKRs as your goals setting framework. So why is it OK to miss your OKRs this Quarter? 3 reasons why it’s OK to miss your OKRs The first reason is, success is all about the direction of travel over long periods of […]