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Marina Martinez

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Does Khorus Work with OKRs? (Short Answer: Yes!)

Marina Martinez

Posted by Marina Martinez
September 1, 2016

If you're into goals, you're probably familiar with objectives and key results (OKRs), the goal-setting framework that originated at Intel, thrived at Google, and is now enjoying new popularity, especially in Silicon Valley.

High-performing teams use OKRs because of the focus and clarity they bring to the workplace. They reveal what a team wants to accomplish (its objectives) and how, specifically, the team will know when it has accomplished them (2–3 key results tied to each objective). OKRs can also be established up and down a whole organization, increasing alignment and allowing everyone to see how they contribute to big-picture priorities.

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4 Enemies of Business Forecasting (and How to Eliminate Them)

Marina Martinez

Posted by Marina Martinez
August 19, 2016

At the top of every CEO's wish list is the ability to see the future. The CEO has to constantly ask: What can we realistically aim to achieve? Will we meet these targets? What roadblocks lie ahead?

The CEO who sets clear goals, helps the organization achieve them reliably, and knows early when one of them will not be hit—that is a CEO who can deliver predictable performance. Based on that skill, he will earn the trust of investors, employees, board members, and all other stakeholders.

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New Feature: Add Employee Strengths to Khorus

Marina Martinez

Posted by Marina Martinez
July 29, 2016

This week, we introduced a new capability in Khorus, and it's great news for teams that use strengths at work.

Now, you can easily integrate results from two of the best strengths assessments around—Gallup's Clifton StrengthsFinder and Team Excellence's Personal Strengths Inventory—straight into Khorus.

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Answer These 4 Questions to Step Up Employee Engagement

Marina Martinez

Posted by Marina Martinez
July 7, 2016

Building employee engagement isn't easy. It's a never-ending process that takes ongoing effort.
 
But at the same time, employee engagement is based on something fairly simple: filling people in on what the company is trying to do and empowering them to be a significant part of that effort.
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Align your Team with Goal Following

Marina Martinez

Posted by Marina Martinez
April 29, 2016

It’s a good feeling to be “in the know” at work. Access to knowledge is a huge status symbol, and when you democratize it within your organization, you send an important message: Everyone here is important. Everyone here deserves to know what’s going on.

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