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  • Reid Koster created an article,

    OKR Team Edition: Training

    In order to prepare your organization with sufficient training on both your OKR program and the Betterworks platform, we recommend following these steps. Program vision posted to internal wiki Pro...

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    OKR Team Edition: Implementation Overview

    Welcome to OKR Team Edition with Betterworks! We're excited to help you implement a wildly successful OKR program at your company. We recommend you plan your implementation according to the steps l...

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    OKR Team Edition: Program Design Overview

    As you set out to implement OKRs with Betterworks Team Edition, begin by defining the guidelines of your OKR program. As you define your program, you can update these slides to use as your program ...

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    OKR Team Edition: Measuring Success Overview

    Now that you've launched OKR Team Edition with your company, it's important to monitor and reinforce engagement as people are learning the program.  Attend Reporting Webinar (or watch recording) S...

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    OKR Team Edition Webinars

    If you are launching an OKR program with Betterworks Team Edition, please attend the following webinars to help guide you through program design and implementation.   Program Design (Recording) Thi...

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    Hi Vincent, One way to show a relationship between objectives without connecting their progress (which you are right, becomes untenable and overly complex at scale) is to create categories that ref...