When talking about performance indicators for organisations, KPIs seem to come first in mind because it is easy to use and familiar to the majority of the employees. However, the “revolutionary” new approach of measuring goals and inspire people to success – OKRs, are gaining lots of attention lately. OKRs are being used at Google as the main goal-setting framework and plays a part in its global success.
Although KPIs and OKRs are both used to define goals and track the outcomes for both of the employees and organisation, at the very core, they are not the same.
What should you choose between KPIs and OKRs?
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