OKRs stands for Objectives and Key Results. It is one of my favorite frameworks for organizing goals and priorities. OKRs can be effective for your personal development or for guiding a global organization.
OKRs originated over 20 years ago at Intel from Andy Grove but became more popularized through its usage at Google. They share many similarities to 4DX but are lighter weight and thus a more adaptable system.
In his book Measure What Matters, John Doerr describes four superpowers for using OKRs.
You want your life to have meaning and impact.
What if your everyday work and life not only felt natural and intuitive but also aligned with your priorities and positively impacted those around you?