I've done a bunch North Star Framework workshops over the last year. Lately I've noticed something important. There is a big difference between persistent models and work (or goal) related models. OKRs, for example, are a work related model. Work related models involve a specific time-span (e.g. a quarter). The team attempts to achieve The Goal by end-of-quarter.
How would you consider using both Opportunity Solution trees and persistent state models?
> Without persistent models, teams are always chasing their tails.
At the start of the new year, it's easy to just plunge into setting new goals.
Re-reading this made me realize the concept of setting up persistent models that are not goal-oriented made sense even for individuals pursuing lifestyle-centric planning.