By Juan Sanchez

The most successful organizations are able to collectively identify and engage around measurable goals. Many of them utilize objectives and key results (OKRs) to achieve these top priorities.

OKRs are a goal-setting system first pioneered by Andy Grove at Intel in the mid-1970s and then by Silicon Valley companies, such as Google, during the tech boom to set ambitious, measurable goals and establish ways to tangibly show the results. OKRs create alignment within the organization, putting everyone on the same path while providing a framework for tracking progress.

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