The research provides an analysis of five software used to set and track goals in the workplace, which could potentially be used for learning purposes at high schools and beyond. This niche software is mostly deployed for human resource and workflow management and has some overlapping features with the OKR software, where the latter does not appear to have a specific focus on goal setting and tracking. For further details, please refer to the following key findings and the attached spreadsheet.
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A web- or cloud-based performance management software that has goal setting, real-time tracking and management features. Based in Seattle US, the company has more than 1,000 clients across 20 industries in more than 50 countries, such as Lynn University and the City of Irvine.
A continuous, people and performance management solution, which allows employees to create, track, and align goals. Based in California US, the company has more than 2,200 clients internationally, such as Cisco, Adobe, and Indeed.
An automated, employee performance management system that offers the features of setting and tracking goals associated with the OKR framework. Major clients are in the IT, human resource, management consulting, financial services, media, business process outsourcing, healthcare, non-profit organizations, education and government sectors. Based in Missouri US, it serves clients who have international operations.
An OKR software is used to track goals and generate weekly status reports. It helps employees set long-term goals. The company is based in Estonia.
A workflow management web and mobile application, which can be used for goal management. Based in California US, the company has more than 82,000 fee-paying clients, such as Google, Deloitte, and Vodafone, in more than 190 countries.