In John Doerr’s famous TED talk, he describes earlier days at Google and how they went about managing operations. John suggested to the company’s founders that they adopt the OKR method that he learned from Andy Grove, the legendary Intel CEO. It was Andy’s philosophy that it almost doesn’t matter what you want to accomplish, if you apply the Objective and Key Results (OKR) method, you’re likely to accomplish your goal. Google’s Larry Page and Sergey Brin agreed to use OKR and that, along with amazing leaders consistently at the helm over the years is what in large part propelled the company...
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