How to Introduce OKR to Your Team

February 15, 2023 | 10am-11:30am US ET

1.5-hour workshop plus Unlimited Courses
$996 for 12 Month Unlimited Access

$99 - single workshop enrollment

Increase team and organizational performance

Today’s initiatives need to discover better ways to produce greater value. One of the ways you can build efficiencies to increase team and organizational performance is through Objectives and Key Results (OKR) adoption. This workshop can show you how to develop and utilize OKRs to improve your teams’ effectiveness and offers a 6-step process to implement it successfully. You will come away from this workshop with a solid foundation in OKR construction and an action plan for how to orchestrate a planning event in your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how senior leadership uses OKRs to align their organization to strategic goals
  • Contrast the difference between an OKR and a KPI (key performance indicator)
  • Explain how Agile and OKR frameworks can complement each other
  • Apply a 6-step process to help you successfully introduce OKRs to your team and/or organization

Meet Your Instructor: Eric Peterson

Eric Peterson is the founder of Shepherdingheart LLC and offers leadership workshops and training to teams and organizations desiring to apply servant leadership principles in their organizations. As a public speaker, he has spoken at the International Servant-Leader Summit, the Rocky Mountain Project Management Symposium, and gives talks for PMI and Mile High Agile. As a writer, he has published articles in the PMI Blog, Medium, Servant Leader Institute, Positively Positive, and his blog called, Shepherd Leadership.

Eric practices as a technical program manager and release train engineer (RTE) at a Fortune 500 US company. He leads quarterly planning and coaching teams and evangelizes Objective and Key Results (OKR) adoption. He earned a BS in Finance from the University of Nebraska and a MA from Webster University in Information Technology and Resource Management. 5 years ago, he co-founded the Schwab Technology Services (STS) Community and today serves as its community manager.