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Purpose and effectiveness of the Expected EoQ key result score

I plan to use the Confluence OKR template quickly and simply and initially to roll out the OKR discipline.   There is a column called "Expected EoQ key result score" in it.   I think using that space to capture the end result score or use it as green/yellow/red status for tracking is more practical.  What's the criticality of putting anything else than 1.0 there?

And does scoring using the 1.0 scale meaningful? (vs. actually, using the actual key results)  For example, 90% of the smoke test is completed is the expected KR.   So, stating that this KR was 85% of 90% completed rather than 0.9?

Trying to KISS.  Thanks in advance.

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Fabian Lim Community Leader Dec 29, 2021

Hi @james_chung

Sounds like a great idea.  I suggest you submit this as a feature request in the following site:

People can vote and if it gains enough interest, Atlassian may implement it.


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