Enable/disable aligned Objectives

With aligned Objectives enabled, 15Five users can choose to align their objectives with a larger department or company objective; this creates a parent-child relationship. If "Enable automatic roll-up" is on, the status of a user's objective can directly impact the progress of the parent objective. Aligning objectives creates a cohesive effort to achieve a company goal. 

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Turn aligned Objectives on for your team

1. Click on the Settings menu at the upper right corner of your 15Five account.

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2. Select Features from the dropdown menu.

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3. Click on 'Objectives'. 

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4. Scroll down to the 'Aligning Objectives' section and click the arrow to the right to expand alignment options.

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5. Select your desired settings for aligned objectives. 

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Note

How are the percentages of Child/Aligned Objectives calculated towards the company-wide Objective? Let's say you have one company-wide objective, with one key result, and four child objectives owned by various team members, impacting its progress. Each child objective/team member would contribute to 20% of the completion of the company-wide objective, and the key result itself would also contribute 20% to the total completion.

Check out these additional resources ⬇️:

Help Center article 🧠: Set up aligned objectives

Help Center article 🧠: Manage objectives

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