10 Common OKR Mistakes & How to Fix Them

We will guide you through the top mistakes and provide ways on how to avoid setting unachievable OKRs.

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  • Performance Management Trends of 2020

    It is a widespread belief that the year 2020 is a time for a modern approach. Both young and flexible, and old-school companies with long-time history should reconsider their business processes. 

  • Social distancing, how a concept gets wrong

    Imagine how wrong it can be when a new concept is launched, the sole purpose of which is to emphasize the importance of quickly implementing a new behavior. 

  • Online meetings in Heartpace - The Best Solution for Working Remotely

    Today, more and more people are working "remote" and meetings with digital solutions are increasing rapidly. But they come with a prize. The ability to handle digital meetings has not been developed.

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    At the beginning of 2020, MEPs have made the new big step towards reducing the gender pay gap and have urged the Commission to present a new Gender Equality Strategy. Read about it in article!

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    Swedish Data Inspection's first GDPR review completed!

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    Now it's time for our next big update. Our Alignment module is to get a radical boost. A great update regarding our design, but we are also matching it with other interesting features.

  • OKR soon to be released by Heartpace

    Objectives and key results (OKR) is a framework designed for defining and tracking objectives and their outcomes. The OKR functionality has been sought after and guess what, we have news ;)

  • New release

    In April we promised next step of design and functions update in mid May. Time has come.