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Objectives and Key Results (OKR) Tracker

 

Goal setting using the OKR methodology

Description:

Be successful in setting and meeting your business or personal goals using OKRs – the flexible methodology designed around achievable and measurable actions.

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Features:
  • Designed for light mode
  • Minimalist appearance
  • Define your goal Objectives (the “WHAT”) and set a timeframe for completion
  • Break down the actionable and measurable Key Results that will help you to achieve your objectives (the “HOW”)
  • Define the current and target metrics for each Key Result
  • Define a review frequency for your Key Results, set the last review date, view the next review date, and update metrics regularly
  • Key Result progress is calculated and rolls up into the overall Objective progress – so you can see your status toward your goal

Keywords: Objectives, Key Results, OKRs, actionable, goal setting, SMART, specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound, business, methodology

 

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What You’ll Get
You’ll receive the “Objectives and Key Results” goal-setting system to duplicate into your own Notion workspace. You’ll also receive a demo version, complete with example content.

How to duplicate the template:

  1. Log into your free Notion account
  2. Open the template link
  3. Click “Duplicate” in the top right corner of the template to copy it into your workspace
  4. Customize as needed, and enjoy!

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