How do I create a Key Result using Decrease KPI?
When you want to measure a Key Result by decreasing the value of a KPI then you can choose to create a Key Result using Decrease KPI.
Why this feature?
Decrease KPI Metrics are used in key results when you intend to reduce the value of KPI from the existing value. This feature helps you to create key results using Decrease KPI and you can also track the progress of those key results using their respective check-ins.
Select OKRs >> My OKRs in the left navigation panel.
A list of existing OKRs appears as below.
Click on the [+] icon
to enable creating Key Result via Quick Create.
Select Decrease KPI and
click the Next button.
What do you want to change?
Select the required KPI
for the Key Result By the category or By your managers’ KPIs and click the Next button.
If the required KPI is not available in the predefined list, click on Create KPI to create a custom KPI.
Note: Custom KPIs can be created only by the Super Users and the
What is the extent of the change?
Here, you need to select the currency and enter the initial and final value. For example: Decrease Average Issue ResolutionTime.
Click the Next Button.
When do you want that accomplished?
You can set the deadline against the deadline to achieve the Key Result. Use the arrows to move to the next or previous financial year timeline. Click the Next button.
Any other context you want to add?
You can edit the name of the Key Result here and you can also add an additional context to the Key Result if you want, for a better understanding and is not mandatory. Click the Next button.
Do you want to assign the key result to someone?
Here you can assign your key result to someone or you can even assign it as an Objective.
How often do you want to update status?
Choose the required check-in frequency by clicking on the Select
Note: Multiple check-ins can also be selected.
Click on the Complete
button to create the Key Result. The key result will be created.
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