The results section of an article or scientific talk serves strictly to narrate your findings, without trying to interpret them to evaluate them. The chapter or results section simply and objectively reports what it found, without speculating on why it found these results. The discussion interprets the meaning of the results, puts them in context and explains why they are important.
OKR Rating To calculate a score, you must divide the established objective by the final result. Following the example above, if your team's KR was “get 100 customers”, but they only got 50, their final score would be 0.5, but if they got 20, the score would be 0.
Examples of KRISNet or gross revenues, net or gross profits before taxes, profit margins broken down by product, location, customer or segment, profits in relation to income, return on capital or market share. Key performance indicators (KPIs) are not the only way to measure results, there are also key performance indicators.