Learn how to make OKRs work – including 50 min individual coaching!
Building products by using agile principles is an effective way to grow a business.
There’s no shortage of frameworks helping us to structure our development processes this way. But all too often, we tend to focus on merely producing more output (aka features) more quickly without considering the actual impact our products need to have in our user’s behavior. Yet we know that clarifying the higher reasoning behind our efforts is one of the most powerful ways to ensure that we build what truly matters.
Therefore, we need an agile goal setting system like Objectives and Key Results (OKR) which not only helps product teams to focus on outcome over output but which also enables true autonomy for them to build the best solutions.
Where & When?
September 21, 2022 – 10.00 till 15.30 CET
The course takes place online via zoom.
You are also entitled to an individual coaching session (50 mins) with Alexandru Bleau which can be scheduled at your convenience after the course.
Alexandru Bleau, Head of Alternative Monetization at trivago in Düsseldorf.
Who is it for?
Product Managers, Product Owners, Scrum Masters or Agile Coaches who need to solve challenges between OKR and product processes after a company wide OKR implementation.
What we will achieve
- Learning about proven tactics from our own first-hand experiences.
- Be aware of the main risks and issues when adopting and trying to implement OKR
- Understand where and how to improve the way your teams are using OKR
- Understand some of the ways to make OKR work with other agile frameworks
- Understand key issues that can appear when adopting OKRs
- Refining your existing OKRs
- One free individual coaching session (50 mins) included!
All participants will receive a Product Academy Certificate for this course.
Regular ticket: CHF 690
Early-Bird Ticket (May 31, 2022): CHF 550
One free individual coaching session (50 mins) included!
For team discounts and in-house options, feel free to get in touch.
As soon as there’s one participant enrolled who is not speaking German, the entire workshop will be held in English. All the slides and materials are in English anyway.