Why Agile Tools
We believe people come first - as team players.
“Ask yourself if what you are doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.”
As a society, as people, and as a workforce, we are always seeking new ways of interacting with each other and the businesses around us. We constantly evolve to progress, preferably aligned with our value system. Sometimes the tools we use and processes we create do not feel right - like there is a mismatch of what we hear and talk with what we do and walk.
What makes Agile Tools different?
from other OKR software
Agile Tools OKR platform builds on the idea of breaking away from a classical approach to setting goals on three levels: organization, department, and personal. The term "team" is in most cases a synonym for a group of people in the same department. Not in Agile Tools.
There are other advantages.
We build bridges, and not encouraging silos.
No other OKR software implements a concept of creating thresholds up-front at key result drafting. This technique prevents friction at the end of the OKR cycle when every key result has to be evaluated.
Unique to Agile Tools. Value Unit is an umbrella term for products, projects, programs, services, and anything you build or offer as a company. Creating OKRs on these is only natural. It is an innovation and an evolution of the OKR framework.
Clean & minimalistic design
We believe software should be designed in the simplest possible form, hiding advanced features and configurable for everyone - based on their role or other preferences. Not everyone is a project manager - different views to suit every persona.
You do not pay per seat; we are not a movie theater. Agile Tools is an OKR platform and brings you value when you can create and monitor quality Objectives and Key Results. We charge for active goals in the previous month plus a small flat fee to keep you engaged. OKRs are all about "less is more", meaning you should not create a large set of OKRs, so the pricing also encourages good practices. Can you beat that?