WorkBoard's objective RAG colors highlight whether a Key Result is tracking according to plan based on current course and speed, taking progress to date and time remaining into consideration.
With Confidence Ratings, you can draw attention to hidden risks or opportunities earlier in the quarter. These ratings tap into a more subjective perspective of trajectory based on institutional knowledge of risks and recovery initiatives.
Note: In order to add a Confidence Rating to a Key Result, you must first enable this feature. Reach out to your WorkBoard Customer Success Manager for assistance.
Add Confidence Ratings to a Key Result
You can only add Confidence Ratings to Key Results where you are the:
- Owner, Updater, or both
- Manager or Co-Manager
- Click Objectives from the main menu
- Select My Objectives
- Click on your Key Result
- Click on Confidence
- Choose your Confidence Rating from the dropdown
Because Confidence Ratings are subjective you can define Low, Medium and High however you choose.
No Rating: Use this Rating when your feeling about the work since setting your OKRs hasn't changed or is neutral.
Low: Use this rating when you have very Low Confidence that you will accomplish this Key Result within your OKR Time Period. I.E. There are many risks uncovered in the process of attempting to complete this OKR which have changed whether or not you believe you can accomplish this key result.
Medium: Use this rating when you feel that you have a (in general) 40% - 70% chance of accomplishing this Key Result.
High: Use this rating when you feel that you have a 70% or higher chance of accomplishing this Key Result.
- Enter a narrative to go along with your rating.
Note: WorkBoard requires a narrative along with your confidence rating. Why? Since Confidence Ratings are subjective, the narrative provides additional clarity into the risks or opportunities you need to highlight.
- Choose Save
How and where Confidence Ratings Appear
Confidence Ratings appear on the Key Result Detail page and also when viewing an entire OKR.