At the end of the quarter every administrator should review and score OKRs before closing them.
It's advised to do the review with the entire team for everyone to have a big picture of what went well this quarter, what not and where should the focus be.
Scoring an OKR reflect the final assessment/grading of how well an Objective or Key Result was accomplished. It is typically based on the progress of the success metric or progress of the key results.
Objectives in GI OKR are scored automatically once all the Key Results under them are scored. The score allocated is obtained by averaging the percentage completion rates of its associated Key Results.
In GI OKR you can see the Organization, Teams and Individuals OKRs scores directly on your dashboard when all your OKRs are in the "review" status.
On the screenshot above, you can see that the overall score for the organization OKRs is 71% which is a good score.
|0,3-0.6||Made progress but fell short of completion|
Remember that the ideal OKR should be challenging but attainable. So, a score of 1.0 is great but it may also indicate a need for more ambitious objectives.
- Keep the evaluation simple. If your Objective is to increase GMV by 20%, and you increased it by 15%, give yourself a 0.75.
- Scores do not equal your performance. Scores indicate whether the right Objectives were picked or not . If an Objective is consistently scoring low, maybe it’s not important enough for the team.
- If you are scoring a lot of 1’s, evaluate your Objectives. Are they too easy or too safe? Your goals must make you slightly uncomfortable. 0.7 is a good score!
Now that you reviewed your ending OKR period, you can now close your OKR period, see how here.