In theory, OKR (Objectives & Key Results) is simple. However, it can be a challenge when rolling out the OKR framework across an entire organization.
We spoke to Kathrin Hafermas, the OKR Ambassador at Proemion, who has a wealth of insights to share with you based on her learnings while implementing OKR at Proemion.
Let’s take a look at what an OKR rollout process looks like. What we’ll discuss in this episode:
- Why Proemion decided to implement OKR
- The OKR rollout process
- Challenges faced
- Approaches taken to overcome those challenges
- How Proemion has benefitted from OKR
- Best practices you should keep in mind when implementing OKR
A key takeaway: OKR won’t be an overnight success — it requires planning, commitment and effort. Get this right, and you’ll be successful.
If you’re new to OKR or are just getting started, download The ultimate guide to OKR. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know to get started with Objectives & Key Results.