Respected Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) analyst, Ben Lamorte, joins MyObjectives Partner Program.


Respected Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) analyst, Ben Lamorte, joins MyObjectives Partner Program.Alliance Enterprises is pleased to announce that Ben Lamorte has joined the community of performance management and gamification experts committed to advancing the emerging best practice known as Management by Gaming.

Lamorte, a nationwide expert regarding the best practice known as Objectives and Key Results (OKRs), is the founder of and is an Enterprise Goals Management Analyst with the Eckerson Group. Objectives and Key Results is a management practice of defining and tracking objectives and outcomes. It was invented at Intel in the 1980s and most recently popularized by applications at Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and Zynga.

Building on experience gained from hundreds of engagements, Lamorte helps teams draft and refine objectives and coaches business leaders to develop focused goals. His clients range from start-up companies to the Fortune 100.

Lamorte, in his most recent blog introduced Alliance to his followers as “a Sparkling New Player in Enterprise Goal Management”. Lamorte commented that: “In my role as Enterprise Goal Management (EGM) Analyst with Eckerson Group, I get to meet with the next generation of “goals software” players.

I recently met Chris Pieper over lunch at UC Davis, where I also enjoyed the best years of my life as an undergraduate. Chris had a sparkle in his eye that took me back to my college days. Alliance just announced their market introduction with an open beta period for MyObjectives. Their solutions focus on ‘team-level scorecards’ and build upon past management methodologies such as Balanced Scorecard, MBOs and OKRs with an integration of Gamification.

As for sparkle, check out Alliance’s short video on the MyObjectives site. You’ll see that sparkle when Chris talks.” If you watch closely, you might catch the sparkle in my eyes as well!”

Darcy Fleming, Alliance’s Business Development and Marketing Director, commented, “We are very excited about our partnership with Ben and his community of OKRs advocates. With Ben’s support, we hope to introduce the opportunities for Management by Gaming to the OKRs community and to showcase exciting new software options to support implementations.”

About MyObjectives – The MyObjectives solution has been in private beta since October 2014 and used internally at Alliance for more than six years. MyObjectives has recently moved to open beta. Qualified organizations will enjoy free use of the MyObjectives software during the open beta period, receive free Management by Gaming training and consultation and will have the opportunity to influence the final function and feature set prior to general availability, currently scheduled for the summer of 2015.

Organizations interested in learning more about Management by Gaming, or in registering for the MyObjectives open beta program, can find details at

About Alliance Enterprises – Founded in 1981, Alliance has a rich history of providing business leaders and innovators with market leading enterprise case management and performance management software solutions. Alliance’s Aware Case Management solution currently serves over 10,000 users nationwide, while the company’s new Summit line of performance management solutions is breaking new ground by integrating proven management best practices with modern-day business gamification mechanics.

About Ben Lamorte – Founder of, Ben Lamorte holds a graduate degree in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University and 15 years of experience as a management consultant, sales & marketing executive and financial modeler. Ben is currently the Enterprise Goals Management Analyst for Eckerson Group, a research and consulting firm that helps business leaders use data and technology to drive better insights and actions. The Eckerson Group develops in-depth, unbiased and high-quality research on cutting-edge topics, technologies and techniques driving the analytics field.