Now that you've done the research into how Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) can help your team, your next task is to start writing OKRs. But what OKRs should you write? And how do you make sure they'll drive the impact you want?

When it comes to creating and writing incredible OKRs, remember the following formula: We will __(Objective)__ as measured by __(these Key Results)__.

Here are some examples of good OKRs:

Company OKR Example:

Team OKR Example:

We've put together a collection of resources for you to use as you begin to create OKRs:

OKR Examples Worksheet: a list of OKRs by department that you can use to start brainstorming or insert your own metrics in and start using right away. We've also built a template to build your own OKRs while adhering to best practices.

Team Workshop: How to Write Incredible OKRs: Within this team activity, discover step-by-step instructions so that you can confidently write OKRs. This workshop guide is intended to provide your team with best practices and direction on how to develop meaningful and impactful quarterly OKRs.

The OKR Playbook: Take a deeper dive into how to set quality objectives and key results, and best practices on how to align your company and team goals.

Want more helpful OKR resources like the ones above? Check out our OKR Resource Center!

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