Q: Are you resetting your OKRs for the next quarter? If so, read more here.
A: If you are considering resetting your OKRs for the upcoming quarter, it is important to approach this decision thoughtfully. While it may be tempting to change your OKRs between resets, we generally advise against doing so. It is crucial to maintain consistency and alignment with your objectives and key results throughout the quarter to ensure effective strategy execution.
However, if you encounter an issue with your OKR that requires modification, we recommend flagging it as an issue and leaving a comment to provide context and insights into what happened. This allows for transparency and facilitates collaboration within your team. To flag an OKR at risk, follow these steps:
1. Identify the specific OKR that needs attention.
2. Communicate the issue with your team and stakeholders.
3. Leave a comment on the OKR, describing the problem and any necessary adjustments.
4. Collaborate with your team to find a solution or make necessary changes.
By following this process, you can address any challenges while maintaining the integrity of your OKRs. Remember, the OKR framework is designed to encourage continuous improvement and learning, so it’s important to embrace the opportunity for growth and adaptation throughout the quarter.