Learn how North helps organisations achieve goals by creating a culture of alignment, measuring progress, and focusing on outcomes.

1. Senior leaders set organisation goals

Organisation goals help set your organisations goals for the year. Your teams look up to these goals to see what the company priorities are.

2. Teams create their goals to contribute to the organisation’s goals

Teams plan and prioritise their goals to contribute to the company goals. this is both a bottoms up and top down activity.

3. Teams check-in to keep everyone updated

Goal check-ins help everyone stay updated on the progress. Check-ins are an important ritual in your OKR program. Goal owners update goal progress and flag if the goal is on track, behind, or at-risk.

4. Teams plan Initiatives that move the goals forward

Initiatives in the North are where you define a high-level project roadmap to achieve your goal. Initiatives are tracked in the context of the goal and key results, that way you can easily see what work is connected to which goals

5. Leaders use the check-in feed to keep-to-date

The activity view is where everyone can see daily progress on goals and initiatives, check-ins, new initiatives comments, and awards.

6. All conversations happen in context

Comments and reactions to all initiatives, goals, and key results allow discussions to happen in context.

7. Teams decide outcomes at the end of the cycle

Give awards when goals hit milestones. celebrate small wins with the team!

8. Leaders celebrate wins with awards

Give awards when goals hit milestones. celebrate small wins with the team!

Organisations ship products that have an impact ✨

North Features
Org and Team goals
Goal Initiatives
Goal Check-ins
Give Awards
Goal Alignment

Our take on Product
On Product discovery
Communicating well
Metrics for Product teams
Telling stories with data
Data visualisation


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