What are OKRs?

  • OKR is a goal management system used by teams, to collaborate and achieve stretch goals through a framework that requires regular check-ins, feedback, continuous learning, collaboration and problem-solving.
  • OKRs are simple yet powerful as they are useful for startups and large corporations to execute their strategy with focus and alignment.

OKRs drive action

  • Make your teams more agile and ready for change
  • Empower your employees to adopt and deliver stretch goals
  • Achieve your corporate goals with cross-functional alignment
  • Deliver great customer value with improved quality

OKRs are easy to adopt

OKR LifeCycle runs quarter and has 4 simple steps: Plan-Execute-Engage-Learn (PEEL)

  • Plan your OKRs
  • Execute your OKRs
  • Engage your employees
  • Learn from your successes and failures

OKR Examples

  • Improve Brand Engagement

  • Increase number of visitors from 20K to 60K

    20K 60k 34K
  • Increase number of Customer success stories from 0 to 5

    0 5 1
  • Ensure Brand Consistency

    0% 100% 50%

    40 60
  • Increase Annual Recurring Revenue

  • Increase Account renewals from 75% to 90%

    75% 90% 85%
  • Increase Lead Conversion from 20% to 40%

    20% 40% 28%
  • Revamp Customer Acquisition Process

    0% 100% 25%

    40 60

Why is everyone talking about OKRs?

  • A simple framework to achieve goals with a focus on what matters most.
  • A cultural artifact to ensure employees make measurable contributions that are aligned with corporate objectives.
  • An impact-driven practice to translate the company’s mission into meaningful, functional objectives.

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Define OKRs for every level of your Organization

  • OKRs are defined first at the Corporate Level and then cascaded down to Department and (Cross-Functional) Team levels. Most organizations choose not to set Individual OKRs.
  • Aligning the Department and team level OKRs with the Corporate OKRs is a fundamental principle of any OKR implementation.
  • Alignment can happen either Top-Down or Bottom-up providing an option to empower employees.

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Two of the most important activities during the execution of OKR methodology are check-ins and reviews that happen every week using the PPP framework.

Your PPP report will have

  • Progress (what has been done) made during the past period
  • Plans (what will be done) for the next period, and
  • Problems (what are the roadblocks) foreseen by each employee/team

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Don’t make the mistake of tracking OKRs on Spreadsheets

Very soon you will realize it is hard to scale your OKR program using spreadsheets. OKRs are built to increase your team’s performance. With spreadsheets, you will spend more time trying to track your OKRs than driving progress through OKRs. Get Profit.co to help you.

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