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The use of annual goals when the time on a project is much shorter than that doesn't make a lot of sense. I know many companies that keep to the annual cycle, even when their own documents say that when you switch projects/teams you should be evaluated and then new goals added based on the new position. Trying to write goals that aren't linked to your daily ...


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Here's what I understand about OKRs: the setting of them should be a collaboration between you and your manager. The manager sets the objective and you come up with they key results to show you're meeting the objective. In addition, the objective should be linked to objectives set at a higher level in the business as well. The setting of OKRs in isolation ...


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Welcome to a very unsolved problem in software development. As an industry, we have never figured out a reasonable set of OKRs. Everything from lines of code to tickets completed to number of points completed to bugs fixed to lack of bugs has been used. There is no consensus on any development OKRs and plenty argue that nearly any implementation of numerical ...


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