How do you track individual and team goals over the year?

As we're planning our goals for 2020, looking for better ways to keep track of our progress than just writing them down. What has worked best for your team?

#Project Management #Time Tracking #Notes
irrvrntVC's avatar
almost 3 years ago

Step 1: Read John Doerr Measure What Matters
Step 2: Few different ones in the space that I have heard good things about:
* Yaguara:
* Lattice:
* Leapsome:

YMMV > have not used these personally; currently using Google Sheets and updating to one of these in 2020!

12 points
MelanieCrissey's avatar
@MelanieCrissey (replying to @irrvrntVC )
almost 3 years ago

+1 to OKRs and Google Sheets! In this post, I link out to a free template that's a close copy to a system I still use today. Works surprisingly well at scale, even at a company with 200+ employees.

6 points
maguay's avatar
@maguay (replying to @irrvrntVC )
almost 3 years ago

Would love to hear which one you settle on in the new year. I'd used Lattice for reviews and 1:1s in a previous role, though hadn't used it for goal tracking.

Neat to hear you've used Google Sheets to manage OKRs so far—spreadsheets are so crazy flexible.

1 point
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