I expect this OKRs library will be a valuable resource for any organization working with OKRs.
Why I created this OKRs library
Key Performance Indicator (KPI) libraries are widely published. However, I’ve not seen a decent set of OKRs indexed by functional department and industry. Reading over examples of real-world OKRs is a great way to ramp up your knowledge on OKRs.
It’s not just me that thinks a library for OKRs is a good idea. When I asked Silicon Valley legend, John Doerr, if he saw value in a searchable database of sample OKRs, he said, “yes!”
The making of an OKRs library
After several years of coaching hundreds of teams all around the world, I estimate that I’ve now reviewed over 10,000 OKRs. I am pleased to share some of my experiences with these OKRs with you in this library. As you browse through the sample OKRs, I invite you to interact with me and other OKR experts with your comments and questions about specific OKRs in the library.
How do I access the OKRs library?
Originally, I tried to make the library be available for a small fee. However, I later decided to make the library free for everyone. The library is now built into this site’s main blog. Click here to see access the OKRs Blog which includes library-style posts featuring sample OKRs