We reccomend these printed OKR books.
All these OKR books are good, although different. John Doerr’s one is a good intro from the grandfather of OKRs. Radical Focus is a nice quick read in the form of a fable. Lamorte’s book is the most in-depth and theoretical.
Free OKR books
As a free OKR e-book we suggest you to read:
Step by Step Guide to OKRs by Weekdone – This one’s a nice free e-book you can download. It’s a practical guide to goal setting that offers concrete examples to help you start setting impactful and meaningful goals. This book teaches you how to manage a team better and create a feeling of success.
This one is a “How-to” guide to OKRs. It will help your team or a company implement the best goal setting system currently out there. Filled with a lot of practical example Objectives and Key Results it’s a good quick handbook to launch and implement OKRs in your team.
Objective and Key Results: The Book – “Objectives and Key Results: The Book” is an advanced guide to the OKR methodology. It suits people who already know a little about the OKR system and are looking to implement it.
Way too many people read something, watch a Youtube video, or attend a conference and get hooked on OKR. Only to fail using it as there was nothing to really help them get from point A (“OKRs will solve my problems”) to point B (“We are actually seeing results. Yay!”). This book will help you with that.