Use the OKR method to define goals and align all your company's activities with your corporate vision.
Objectives and Key Results
Objectives and Key Results (OKR) is a method for goal and performance management. OKR has received considerable attention since Google successfully implemented the method. It's considered one of the pillars of a successful international company. The list of organizations that are using OKR today includes well-known names such as Amazon, Netflix and Facebook. But this method isn't just for large companies.
Focus on Goals
OKR is based on the simple idea of defining objectives at regular intervals and assigning measurable results to them. This enables a step-by-step assessment of a goal's achievement. OKR can be established at every level of the company and even for individual employees. By aligning all OKRs to overall business objectives, one can also pursue a challenging and long-term corporate vision.
Improve Collaboration with OKR
This PowerPoint set includes professionally designed infographics and models to help you successfully communicate OKR and present its functions and benefits to your employees. Implementing OKR involves a fundamental change within a company and requires cooperation throughout the organization. If the OKR method is successfully established and accepted by all employees, it has the potential to sustainably improve communication, transparency and motivation.
With the OKR PowerPoint Set You Can
- learn how the OKR method works through clear and illustrative examples
- show step by step the necessary elements for successful implementation
- receive templates with which you can illustrate the OKR process for your own goals
This PowerPoint Template Contains:
- a definition of OKR
- an overview of the development and history of OKR
- values and pillars of the OKR method
- advantages and challenges
- an introduction to the basic concept
- the OKR cycle
- the OKR quarter
- OKR levels
- OKR alignment
- OKR diagrams
- system steps
- OKR rules
- OKR checklist
- S.M.A.R.T rules for key results
- review and evaluation
- OKR champion
- OKR meeting and communication
- transparency through OKR
- the relationship between OKR, Scrum and the waterfall methods
- various OKR examples
- templates for OKR tables, boards and diagrams