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OKR (Objective Key Results) Best Practices

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An overview of best practice of OKR. Added elements of SMART approach, coupled with a case study.

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OKR (Objective Key Results) Best Practices

  1. 1. SMART OKR William Chin 陈伟雄 Talent and Organization Development Director ⼈人才与组织发展总监 ismagilov / 123RF Stock Photo
  2. 2. Agenda • OKR Overview • SMART OKR • Case Study • Q&A © focusphoto@fotolia
  3. 3. Busy for Nothing © Tan Kian Khoon@fotolia.com Without OKR
  4. 4. olegdudko@123RF Stock Photo Keeps You and Your Teams Focused OKR
  5. 5. SMART OKR Team In Sync & On Track smuki / 123RF Stock Photo
  6. 6. Defining OKR © Konstiantyn@fotolia
  7. 7. Purpose of OKR The Objective sets the direction and defines where you need to go… The Key Results defines the results to let you know if you are meeting your Objectives. alexeyboldin/123RFStockPhoto Enables a company to set strategic plans and to align goals throughout the organization
  8. 8. Basic OKR Guidelines Manageable • set 4-5 objectives • with objective having 3-4 key results
 Quantifiable • key results must be measurable with specific targets Review Regularly • set objectives on an annual basis • review key results quarterly Use Key Results to check progress and to adjust actions to achieve the Objectives
  9. 9. 上传下达 © apotoxin4869@fotolia
  10. 10. SMART OKR © focusphoto@fotolia
  11. 11. OKR
  12. 12. OKR + SMART S MR T A S Drill down to actionable, attainable detail. Especially useful for new team, junior team members. More “realistic” if there is a specific owner for the tactics and results. Break down to weekly or monthly due dates. Easier to track progress and make adjustment towards objective. User-friendly measure with traffic light status Much more specific with key results and sub-task identified. Minimizes ambiguity. Aspirational - for senior level and/or experienced teams.
  13. 13. • Clarified responsibility and deliverables • Discussed and documented dependencies • Identified overlaps and gaps • Understood leader’s expectations A Case Study
  14. 14. A Case Study
  15. 15. • Clarified responsibility and deliverables • Discussed and documented dependencies • Identified overlaps and gaps • Understood leader’s expectations A Case Study
  16. 16. Summarizing SMART OKR © focusphoto@fotolia
  17. 17. •Creates partnership throughout the organization •Integrates shared goals across functions •Generates support by the leadership and team member SMART OKR malchev/123RFStockPhoto Connecting the Dots
  18. 18. •Weekly / Monthly / Quarterly progress review •Adjust business processes to meet key results •Provide training to enable teams to achieve objectives SMART OKR Disciplined Approach malchev/123RFStockPhoto
  19. 19. Information contained within is the opinion of the author and not that of my employer © bbbar@fotolia malchev/123RFStockPhoto

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