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 Buide 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.
What are OKRs? by Weekdone – OKRs are not the easiest methodology to pick up. Most books on the subject start by highlighting how they can revolutionize your company and boost productivity across your entire company, but they don’t give you much info on how to actually go about it.
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.