There are three good printed OKR books:
Measure What Matters by John Doerr
Radical Focus by Christine Wodtke
Objectives and Key Results: Driving Focus, Alignment, and Engagement with OKRs by Ben Lamorte, Paul Niven
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.
As a free OKR e-book we suggest you to read:
Step by Step Buide to OKRs by Weekdone
Here is a more thorough review of the 4 books.
There are a lot of material available on OKRs.
If you’re getting started on OKRs you can take a look at a ebook by Alexander Maasik “Step by Step Guide to OKRs”
For advanced users, there is the Weekdone Academy.
You can find examples of OKRs from OKRexamples.co
You can find OKR templates from OKRtemplates.com
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