When we started using Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) for goal-setting at Buffer, we were eager to have a way to track our individual progress on our goals and to share our progress with teammates. This Trello board is my solution for OKR planning. I create a column for each "Objective" (category) and a card within the column for each "Key Result" (goal/target). Then every week, I hop into the board to update my progress.
What I love about this board -- and about Trello -- is that I'm able to have such variety on each card and goal. For some goals, I have a number target that I want to hit, and I can create a checklist based on a waterfall graph to chart where I'm at throughout the quarter. For other goals, I have a deliverable, which I can then break into a checklist with different stages and add a due date. Or if I have an output goal, I can visually check off different parts of the projects. Throughout the quarter, I can drag KRs to the Done column, and when the quarter is over, I can move everything to a "history" column to look back on what I was able to do. Also, whenever new ideas come up, I keep a "swipe file" column to jot down inspiration when it strikes.
Author : Kevan Lee, VP of Marketing @ Buffer
Source : Trello Templates