Implement: OKRs – why and how
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Introduction

Implement: OKRs – why and how

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About this course

Description

Do you feel that there should be a better way to set goals for your team and make everyone feel more engaged? Are you wondering how to empower your team to make decisions without micro-managing their tasks? Or have you heard about OKRs and want to find out whether this concept of goal-setting could work for you?

Join this training and you’ll learn how to apply the tools and techniques of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) used by Intel, LinkedIn and Google. Thereby you will be able to achieve greater focus and alignment in your team. You’ll gain practical know-how and and we will share best practices and learnings.

What you’ll learn

You will understand the difference between managing towards outcomes versus managing project deliverables and tasks. You will be able to explain the theory behind how OKRs work and how you could implement them. You will practice enough to start applying the framework to your daily job.

  • What are goals: how to tie strategy to everyday work
  • Why OKRs? What is it good for?
  • How does it work?
  • What could it mean for me and my team?
  • How could I introduce them and how to avoid common pitfalls?
  • Examples & templates provided

Target Audience

Are you C-level, a team lead or project manager with a strong interest or connection to business? We are looking forward to seeing you on the participant list!

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Syllabus

Day 1
Introduction

How to transform your insights into a compelling story How to support that story in a presentation with good exhibits and how to guarantee clarity How to pick the right form of visualizations for your story How to write well structured, story driven and logically robust documents

Members

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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