If you are considering resetting your OKRs for the next quarter, it is important to carefully evaluate the reasons behind this decision. Generally, we advise against changing OKRs between OKR resets, as it can disrupt the alignment and focus of your team. However, if there is a valid issue with your OKR that is hindering its progress, it is recommended to flag it as an issue and provide a detailed comment explaining the situation. This will help in identifying and addressing any challenges or obstacles that may be affecting the achievement of your objectives and key results. To flag an OKR at risk, follow these steps:
- Review your OKR and assess if it is still relevant and achievable.
- If you identify any issues or concerns, click on the flag icon next to the OKR.
- Leave a comment describing the problem or obstacle you have encountered.
- Engage with your team and stakeholders to discuss potential solutions or adjustments to overcome the issue.
- Continuously monitor the progress of the OKR and make necessary adjustments as required.
By following these steps, you can ensure that your OKRs remain aligned with your business goals and effectively contribute to your strategy execution and overall business performance management. Remember, OKRs are designed to be dynamic and adaptable, but it is important to maintain a balance between stability and flexibility to achieve optimal results.