History of OKRs — From Peter Drucker to Andy Grove -

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Discovering my Way of Working

It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do.

Steve Jobs

Managing myself

Peter Drucker and Management by Objective


A corporation should be a community based on trust and respect for the workers, not just a profit machine. Peter Drucker

Performance mismanagement

Separating performance from rewards

Andy Grove — Father of OKRs


It almost doesn’t matter what you know. It’s what you can do with whatever you know or can actually acquire to accomplish.
Andy Grove — Quote from Measure What Matters

The crucial quality of a healthy OKR culture are ruthless intellectual honesty, a disregard for self interest, and a deep allegiance to the team.
John Doerr — Measure What Matters

Main points

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