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What is the difference between result areas and OKRs?

When it comes to setting your business goals, finding the right tools and indicators to track your success is crucial.

Result Areas, OKRs (objectives and key results), or Key Objectives are the same; these are areas that you would like to measure or monitor that are further split into Performance Indicators.

Result Areas are a way of quantifying the success of your growth plans and improvement goals and mapping out the path to achieving them.

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