Overview

Successful OKRs deployment is positively correlated with incorporating OKRs methodology best practices. Quantive Results enables teams and individuals to adopt OKRs and follow best practices when they create them.

The OKR-design score provides a score for every objective and instructs you how to improve it. When you create an OKR, you are guided by tooltips, so that you know you are on the right track.


OKR-design score criteria

In Quantive Results, you can configure objective progress calculation to be:

  • As an average of the key results (default)

  • As an average of the sub-objectives

  • As an average of the child key results and sub-objectives

The OKR-design score adjusts based on your choice.


Objective progress based on key results

If your objective progress calculation is based on the average of the key results, you can obtain a perfect score by aiming for the following:

  • Create an objective title that is under 70 characters long.

  • Add between 2 and 5 key results.

  • Have 0 Yes/No key results

  • Create 4 tasks to help you achieve the objective.

NOTE: You can connect Jira and Quantive Results. You can do this either via Jira Cloud or via Jira Server. Afterwards, you can link Jira Issues to Quantive Results OKRs. These Issues will appear as tasks in Quantive Results and will count towards your score.
For more information, see Quantive Results for Jira Cloud and Quantive Results for Quantive Results for Jira Server.


Objective progress based on sub-objectives

If your objective progress calculation is based on the average of its sub-objectives, you can obtain a perfect score by aiming for the following:

  • Create an objective title that is under 70 characters long.

  • Add between 2 and 5 sub-objectives.

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