Types of OKRs – Committed & Aspirational


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Duration 10'

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Course overview

When you’re a leader, it’s essential that you see the bigger picture. You need to keep track of straightforward objectives with real progress, and more visionary objectives that show creative growth. But how? That’s where committed and aspirational Objectives and Key Results, or OKRs, can help.

Defining your committed and aspirational OKRs is important. Committed OKRs are clear, business-focused goals your team should 100% work toward achieving. Aspirational OKRs are more visionary and ongoing, but vital for moving the company into the future. This course will give you an introduction to both types.

What's covered

The unique values of Committed & Aspirational OKRs

Identifying which OKR variant is right for aligning your team and organization

Avoiding common mistakes when setting OKRs

Why your teams need this course

If you’re a team leader, manager, or business leader, you need a mixture of committed and aspirational OKRs. This course will show you the unique qualities of each style, help you work out which OKR style is right for your company, and explain how to avoid common OKR-setting mistakes.

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