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Objectives and Key Results
● Management by objectives
● Quarterly cadence with annual for direction
● Cascading of organizational goals
● For everyon...
● John Doerr presented it to Google in 99
● Immediate hit at Google
● Making performance data-driven
● Now popular in tech...
● Objective: Successfully present OKRs
○ KR: Finish on time
○ KR: Have everyone create an OKR
○ KR: Convince 50% to use OK...
● CEO: Grow Business
○ VP Sales: Grow revenue to $2M
■ $1M in North America
■ Manager: $1M in Europe and Asia
○ VP Enginee...
What is your high-level objective?
● Objective:
What measurable results indicate success?
○ KR 1:
○ KR 2:
○ KR 3:
Create a...
● Alignment and business performance
● Accountability and focus
● Visibility and communication
● Engagement and motivation...
● Org > Department < > Group < Individual
● 1:1 meetings to negotiate OKRs
● 50% bottom up and no dictating
● Maximum 5 Ob...
● Score after end of quarter
● Sore KRs for 0-1 or 0-100%
● Average of KRs result in objective score
● Can roll up to eval...
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Learn how to implement the OKRs goal-setting process to drive company performance

The goal-setting process of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) has been used for a while now by many high-performing tech companies such as Google, LinkedIn, and Dropbox. OKRs are now gaining enormous popularity and many companies are rushing to adopt this process to align and engage their workforce, and to drive company performance. In this workshop you will learn:

- The fundamentals of OKRs and how the process works
- Why you should be using OKRs and what benefits can you expect to see
- Examples of how other tech companies are using OKRs
- How to get started using OKRs in your team or organization

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Learn how to implement the OKRs goal-setting process to drive company performance

  1. 1. www.7Geese.com Objectives and Key Results
  2. 2. ● Management by objectives ● Quarterly cadence with annual for direction ● Cascading of organizational goals ● For everyone and visible to all ● Ambitious & a bit uncomfortable ● Measurable & assessed What are OKRs
  3. 3. ● John Doerr presented it to Google in 99 ● Immediate hit at Google ● Making performance data-driven ● Now popular in tech companies such as: Google, Zynga, Return Path, Dropbox... Where did it come from
  4. 4. ● Objective: Successfully present OKRs ○ KR: Finish on time ○ KR: Have everyone create an OKR ○ KR: Convince 50% to use OKRs OKR for this presentation
  5. 5. ● CEO: Grow Business ○ VP Sales: Grow revenue to $2M ■ $1M in North America ■ Manager: $1M in Europe and Asia ○ VP Engineering: Launch mobile app ■ Hire 3 mobile developers ■ Launch mobile app in App Store ■ Have 100K users using new app by June OKR example for Business
  6. 6. What is your high-level objective? ● Objective: What measurable results indicate success? ○ KR 1: ○ KR 2: ○ KR 3: Create an OKRs
  7. 7. ● Alignment and business performance ● Accountability and focus ● Visibility and communication ● Engagement and motivation ● Establishes indicators of success Why OKRs
  8. 8. ● Org > Department < > Group < Individual ● 1:1 meetings to negotiate OKRs ● 50% bottom up and no dictating ● Maximum 5 Objectives with 4 KRs ● 60-70% achievement target ● Set before the start of the quarter How to do OKRs
  9. 9. ● Score after end of quarter ● Sore KRs for 0-1 or 0-100% ● Average of KRs result in objective score ● Can roll up to evaluate performance ● Not for employee performance reviews ● Learning focus and feedback Scoring OKRs
  10. 10. support@7geese.com Question & Answer

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The goal-setting process of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) has been used for a while now by many high-performing tech companies such as Google, LinkedIn, and Dropbox. OKRs are now gaining enormous popularity and many companies are rushing to adopt this process to align and engage their workforce, and to drive company performance. In this workshop you will learn: - The fundamentals of OKRs and how the process works - Why you should be using OKRs and what benefits can you expect to see - Examples of how other tech companies are using OKRs - How to get started using OKRs in your team or organization

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