Watch: How to develop your OKR maturity program
The OKR Maturity Model is designed to help businesses identify three current stages of their program, where they want to be in the future, and develop a path of upward progression.
We all know OKRs continue to be a hot topic, especially given the current climate of remote work. More and more businesses are looking for the best way to understand their performance and execution--to keep their finger on the pulse and navigate troubling times.
Adopting the objective and key results (OKRs) methodology allows for better alignment throughout your business, faster growth, employee engagement and transparency.
OKRs supply a culture of bringing teams together around common goals, tracking progress and having results you can measure.
If you know anything about adopting something new, changing behaviors or the culture at an organization, then you know to make a change takes time and commitment. It can't happen overnight, but should instead be a journey with upward progression, one that slowly replaces old ways with new.
Well, adopting OKRs is really no different.
We know for many of you, this may feel like an uphill battle, but we want you to know it doesn’t have to be. Our goal is to help leaders and their teams better understand what their OKR program could look like, and what it takes to achieve it.
Join us live for our three-part webinar series when OKR experts and Intel alumni Howard Jacob and James Cape team up with Ally’s host Jes Baum to discuss and answer your questions on how to develop a mature OKR program.
Get the complete OKR Maturity Model white paper here.
Our OKR experts will cover all three parts of the OKR maturity model, including:
- Creating the right culture through mission, vision and values
Our speakers, President of Intel Alumni Network Howard Jacob, Managing Partner of Matrix Solutions James Cape and Ally Product Marketing Director Jessica Baum, will walk you through how to connect your business mission to long-term outcomes, purpose, culture and direction. They will also go over why OKRs are a great vehicle for success, the natural progression from goal-setting to strategy execution, and creating an organizational foundation for OKR success.
Sign up to receive the May 14 webinar on demand here.
- Breaking down the OKR Maturity Model
We will dive into the five levels of OKR maturity and the approach at each stage, which characteristics do early-stage programs lack vs. later stages, who and what drives OKR program maturity, how to accelerate your program growth and what role does an OKR tool play in establishing OKR maturity.
Sign up for the May 21 webinar here.
- How to support an upward OKR journey
Our speakers will discuss how to support an upward OKR journey, defining the rhythm of the business, how to take a phased approach, characteristics of all great OKR programs and why executive sponsorship matters.
Sign up for the May 28 webinar here.