John Doerr on OKRs and Goal Setting at Google and Intel [VIDEO]

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Alex Moffit Goal Scientist, BetterWorks

Posted on September 4th 2014

John Doerr on OKRs and Goal Setting at Google and Intel [VIDEO]
“Ideas are precious, but they’re relatively easy. It’s execution that’s everything,” says, John Doerr, partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and the man who introduced Objective & Key Results (OKRs) to Google.

Google widely credits OKRs for helping the company grow from 40 to 40,000 employees. Other businesses including LinkedIn and Twitter have also embraced OKRs. Hear Doerr explain how the OKR process gets teams pulling together by surfacing what matters most, and how a powerful goal system from BetterWorks is leading organizations to operating excellence. 

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Alex Moffit

Goal Scientist, BetterWorks

Alex is an unabashed people person, who is passionate about goal science, behavior modification, and the quantified self. He is the Product Marketer / Goal Scientist at BetterWorks.

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