The OKR (Objectives and Key Results) framework has been around since the 1970’s and is used by companies such as Google, Uber and Facebook to set their organisational goals and ensure they’re tracking towards them. OKR is a light-weight framework that can also be used at team and project levels. This presentation will introduce the OKR framework, provide examples about how to use OKRs (and, importantly, how not to use them), and offer some ideas about how to use OKRs to help improve quality and ownership in a team.
An understanding about the OKR framework and how to use it including how to set quantifiable, measurable targets to track and measure progress
The difference between results and actions/tasks
How to use OKRs to determine if experiments are successful or not
Getting the whole team involved in quality and product ownership through OKRs