A: Scores in Ally reflect how well an Objective or Key Result was accomplished on a scale of 0-1. It is typically based on the progress of the success metric or key results, but users can also take into account other qualitative factors and manually override the suggested score. At the end of the relevant time-period, a score in the range of 0.6 - 0.8 is a healthy place to be.

Scores are not meant to be a performance review: they typically signal whether the right Objectives were chosen. If an Objective gets consistently low scores, consider re-evaluating its relevance.
On the flipside, if you consistently score very high, try challenging yourself with more ambitious goals! 

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