Goal setting with OKRs
Develop an initial OKR draft, continuously improve it, avoid pitfalls, and engage your Agile team. Unique in-house practical training for organizations already working with Agile.
Objectives & Key Results to achieve your goals
Does this sound familiar?
- You want to approach business objectives in an Agile way, focusing less on features and more on outcomes. Unfortunately, the capabilities are lacking.
- How do you get started with transitioning from an overarching strategy to goals that everyone can rally behind?
- You’re already working with OKRs, but it’s not going as smoothly as it should.
Then it’s time to level up your team or organization!
In this practical in-house training, we’ll get to work with the OKR method (Objective and Key Results), and create a plan you can put into practice immediately. We will:
- Set goals
First, we delve deeper until we understand exactly what you need and want to achieve. We tailor the training completely to your needs, both in terms of content and format, and provide the right timing between exercises and experiments.
- Build further
We assess what already exists and what’s missing to not only set goals but also achieve them. Responsibilities, roles, and structures are all covered. Expecting resistance? We take that into account.
- Continuously improve
During the debriefing, we check if all goals have been achieved and identify common pitfalls. We also provide a set of challenging questions to help you strengthen your OKRs.
The results of this training
- You develop a first draft of an OKR that you will work with.
- You know how to experiment with it and continuously improve your OKRs.
- You discover gaps, such as a lack of horizontal alignment, and address them.
- You overcome resistance: your team recognizes the importance of OKRs.
- This outcome-oriented thinking will stimulate your team’s creativity.
- Your team becomes more conscious of time and effort and proactively contributes to achieving goals.
Let’s get practical
This live, 1-day in-house training is available in Dutch, English, or French. Max. 16 participants. Topics covered:
- What is an OKR and how to set moving objectives
- OKR Framework and cycle
- Committed vs. Aspirational OKRs
- Outcome vs. Output
- Balancing the key results (Efficient vs. Effective)
- What is success?