A memo template to establish your company’s OKR, (Objectives and Key Results) over the year or the quarter.
The OKRs are defined by a list of 3 to 5 high-level priority objectives. These objectives must be set in relation to the key measurable and ambitious results that will be monitored quarterly.
A memo to express the “why” and the ambitions of your company or project.
Sharing your vision is an essential element in any transformation project. It serves as a compass for all teams. To express and share a clear and engaging “why”, you need to succeed in associating the writing of your story with the graphic highlighting of key elements.
Operational and local declination of corporate OKRs, for each departments, teams or projects.
Declined from the company’s OKRs, a team’s OKRs focus on certain aspects of the common strategy that concern them. The objective here is to share the operational and measurable declinations of a team in direct link with the company’s strategy. They can be shared on a monthly basis to show the team’s progress.
Displaying values on the website is good, sharing them and making them available and visible internally is better!
Sharing your company’s values can be useful but complicated. They embody your company’s state of mind but can also be perceived as contradictory or hollow . Be sure to describe these values and their origins for your company and complete the section on concrete equivalents.
The follow-up of the operational declinations of your Objectives and Key Results over one month for a department, a team or a project…
Monitoring team OKRs allows you to better manage a team’s efforts while remaining perfectly aligned with the company’s common objectives. The team, or department, can then measure its progress and see how it contributes directly to the company’s strategy.