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Measure What Matters

How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs

John Doerr

Discover a proven approach to goal-setting that has helped tech giants like Google achieve explosive growth in "Measure What Matters". Legendary venture capitalist John Doerr shares the system of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) and demonstrates how it can benefit any organization at any level. With behind-the-scenes case studies narrated by Bono and Bill Gates, readers will learn how OKRs can increase workplace satisfaction and boost retention by focusing effort, fostering coordination, and unifying the entire company. Capture the same magic as the most successful organizations with "Measure What Matters".
Publish Date
first published in 2017
Goodreads Rating
I’d recommend John Doerr’s book for anyone interested in becoming a better manager.      source
Whether you're a seasoned CEO or a first-time entrepreneur, you'll find valuable lessons, tools, and inspiration in the pages of Measure What Matters. I'm glad the author invested the time to share these ideas with the world.      source
I wish I had had this book nineteen years ago, when we founded Google. Or even before that, when I was only managing myself!      source
A must read book by @johndoerr. It was so impactful, I had to read it twice!      source
The most important venture capitalist of our era reveals a key to business innovation and success.      source
2: Begin with the End in Mind Measure What Matters by John Doerr Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio Mindset by Carol Dweck      source
Turning knowledge into action I visited google’s indie game accelerator as a mentor & was given my OKRs. That impressed me. Quickly I read @johndoerr’s “Measure what matters” & implemented OKRs at @Games2win. It’s amazing how a book changed my Company! Check pic for details..      source
Deserves to be fully embraced by every person responsible for performance, in any walk of life. The author makes Andy Grove a mentor to us all.      source