You are convinced of a new and better working world? A working world with goals that motivate and not restrict you. With agile processes that allow you to finally adapt to the dynamics of today. You want to tackle new work? Or you are already on it, but unsure about how to proceed? The new work community is full of great tips, helpful templates and tools, comprehensive information and convincing best practices. We from Workpath therefore collected 7 excellent go-to points for you, so that you can find all of them.


intrinsify is a network for the new working world and modern management. In an economic environment that is characterized by fast and radical change, Lars Vollmer, Mark Poppenborg & Co. want to give people orientation, so that they finally can do meaningful things at work, which make them happy. That is because the two founders are convinced that people naturally have intrinsic motivation and can only be demotivated. To not let this happen, intrinsify offers articles, podcasts, presentations, events and a platform for exchange. All revolving around the topics modern management and a new working world.

2. re:work

re:work is a platform of Google and others that offers a collection of practices, research, and ideas to make work and workplaces better. The site offers guides, blogs and case studies around topics like e.g. goal setting, teams, learning and development and the like. The undertaking aims at helping people design work in a way that actually makes people happier, healthier, and more productive. In their guide “Set goals with OKRs” they furthermore offer an extensive overview about the Objectives and Key Result topic including hands-on tools.

3. eleganthack

Christina Wodtke´s personal website and blog offer diverse insights on the topics of high-performing teams and innovation practices. The Stanford lecturer specialized in the area of design thinking, information architecture as well as management science where she chose to focuse on the topic of Objectives and Key Results. If it´s about getting started with or tracking Objectives and Key Results, Wodtke surely offers an interesting spectrum of insights.

4. felipecastro

Felipe Castro helps organizations to transform their goal system through the adoption of the OKR framework. The mission of the OKR coach, author and speaker is to enable his clients to use OKR as a lever for cultural and organizational transformation. On his website you can moreover find a great amount of articles, advice and thoughts on OKRs that can help you with your goal setting and performance management. Felipe Castro offer different OKR guides, slide decks and templates as support tools.

5. Murakamy

As CEO of the OKR-focused strategic consultancy Murakamy Marco Alberti collected a lot of knowledge and experience with regards to the OKR framework. With the help of this, Alberti above all wants to help his customers develop clear strategies and implement a system of agile leadership and cooperation between all employees. On his blog you can find different articles on OKRs and the development of a vision with helpful delineations to related concepts, checklists and more.

6. There be giants

There be giants was founded in 2010 in response to the growing dissatisfaction with performance management and the annual appraisal. The “giants” of the training and coaching firm are experts on helping their clients realize their business growth strategy and performance management requirements. The system behind their success: OKRs. This is also what they cover a lot in their blog with diverse articles, interviews, guest posts, Q&As and more.

7. Workpath Magazine

In our Magazine we record a broad variety of interesting ideas, information, tips and tools around OKRs and performance management. You can find everything, from a general overview about OKRs, over helpful templates to delineations from related concepts like KPIs.