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Goals for the Distance - Making OKR work in a Remote-only Environment at OKR Forum Hamburg Aug 2018

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These are my slides from a talk I gave on how we utilized OKR for our Remote-only team at iridion. I share insights on how we needed to rethink existing processes and pick the right tools to make OKR work as our goal setting.

If you want to learn more about how to implement OKR in your product environment, check out this in-depth article on how to combine OKR and Agile Product Management: https://herbigt.com/okr-product-management/

More details about the talk can be found at herbigt.com/speaking

Sources:
https://open.buffer.com/okrs-experiment/
https://piktochart.com/blog/apps-tools-remote-work/

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Goals for the Distance - Making OKR work in a Remote-only Environment at OKR Forum Hamburg Aug 2018

  1. 1. Goals for the Distance Making OKR work in a Remote-only Environment Tim Herbig @herbigt
  2. 2. ● Product Leadership Roles at XING, Gruner+Jahr & multiple startups ● Leading iridion since October 2017 ● Co-Organizer Product Tank Hamburg ● Author of ‘Lateral Leadership for Product Managers’ Hi!
  3. 3. @herbigt Insights for Today
  4. 4. @herbigt Insights for Today
  5. 5. @herbigt Insights for Today
  6. 6. @herbigt Insights for Today
  7. 7. ~80 People
  8. 8. ~80 People ~14 People
  9. 9. “Agile Teams need to be co-located.”
  10. 10. @herbigt Working Remote doesn’t mean exercising existing processes through Slack.
  11. 11. @herbigt ProcessProductPeople
  12. 12. @herbigt ProcessProductPeople
  13. 13. @herbigt Pillars of Remote Work Remote Work Trust Transparency Autonomy
  14. 14. @herbigt Difference in Working Modes Synchronous Work Asynchronous Work
  15. 15. @herbigt Difference in Working Modes Co-located Teams Synchronous Work Asynchronous Work
  16. 16. @herbigt Difference in Working Modes Co-located Teams Remote Teams Synchronous Work Asynchronous Work
  17. 17. @herbigt Our Goal Setting Requirements
  18. 18. @herbigt Our Goal Setting Requirements Let everyone participate in the definition process
  19. 19. @herbigt Our Goal Setting Requirements Let everyone participate in the definition process Create transparency at all time & across locations
  20. 20. @herbigt Our Goal Setting Requirements Let everyone participate in the definition process Create transparency at all time & across locations Allow anyone to make progress on their own schedule
  21. 21. @herbigt Our Goal Setting Requirements Let everyone participate in the definition process Create transparency at all time & across locations Allow anyone to make progress on their own schedule Connect committed outcomes to agile product development cycles
  22. 22. @herbigt Rethinking Paradigms: OKR Planning
  23. 23. @herbigt Rethinking Paradigms: OKR Planning
  24. 24. @herbigt Rethinking Paradigms: OKR Planning
  25. 25. @herbigt Rethinking Paradigms: Weekly Commitment
  26. 26. @herbigt New Hires Channeling Energy
  27. 27. @herbigt New Hires Channeling Energy /wo OKR
  28. 28. @herbigt New Hires Channeling Energy /w OKR /wo OKR O: KR 1: KR 2: KR 3:
  29. 29. @herbigt Other Remote OKR Examples
  30. 30. @herbigt Other Remote OKR Examples
  31. 31. @herbigt OKR Alternatives
  32. 32. @herbigt What we’ve learned
  33. 33. @herbigt What we’ve learned
  34. 34. @herbigt What we’ve learned
  35. 35. @herbigt What we’ve learned
  36. 36. Thank you! tim@herbigt.com herbigt.com @herbigt Slides: herbig.blog/okr- slides Let’s stay in touch

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