Why OKRs Are Sometimes the Worst Thing Ever and What To Do About It

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Originally published on www.Ben-Staples.com

This article might make it sound like I hate OKRs, but I am actually a really big fan. You could call me an OKR nerd, relying on them heavily for work as a Product Manager for Nordstrom’s digital business, AND making them outside of work in an effort to try to corral my hopes and dreams into actionable…

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Ben Staples has over 7 years of product management and PMM eCommerce experience from at Nordstrom, Trunk Club, and Vistaprint . Currently based in Chicago IL

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Ben Staples

Ben Staples

Ben Staples has over 7 years of product management and PMM eCommerce experience from at Nordstrom, Trunk Club, and Vistaprint . Currently based in Chicago IL

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