What it is about
Have you ever seen what a real OKR program looks like?
For many, OKRs stop at a series of spreadsheets shared in Google Drive, and for those who don’t have high demands, that’s fine. But those who actually use OKRs are running in a different grand prix. This is an official invitation into the pits.
Anyone with the right commitment can learn how to write a good OKR. Or you can ask the AI to do it for you…
But getting the entire organization to align its operations to achieve measurable strategic goals, cycle after cycle, requires the ability to tackle radically different challenges that no one is talking about such as redefining the role of data in strategy.
Data is the new gold.
It is worth more than oil.
And every company is sitting on a deposit of incredible value without having the tools or capabilities to extract it and use it as a propellant for their own results – until now.
Where are the numbers?
How do you extract them?
How do you get them flowing effortlessly, up-to-date and correct, within an OKR Management platform?
How can you enable teams to become independently capable of extracting, interpreting and influencing their numbers?
The guest speaker for this 25th STRTGY Meeting has been Jenny Herald, VP of Product Evangelist at Quantive, the world’s most advanced strategy execution platform.
Quantive integrates KPIs, OKRs, workflows, insightboards, and artificial intelligence to bridge the gap between strategy and execution in companies of all sizes. From small, which can enjoy a free plan, to corporations with thousands of people and software to integrate.
Jenny has shown us live what a real OKR implementation looks like.
- how teams practically work
- how you can get the numbers up to date and in real time
- how you can influence project management with the integration of Jira
- and so many practical aspects that no one has typically shown in a live show.
Quantive is 100% compatible with the MAKE PROGRESS program with OKRs and you can start using it immediately and for free as you read the book.