OKR Templates

Our OKR templates will enable your organization to accomplish all the fundamental missions.
Track, measure, and evaluate your teams’ achievements in an organized and well-structured manner.

Drive the number of organic marketing leads by 50%
Increase the daily traffic on blogs to 10k visitors
Increase the demo success rate by 20%
Strengthen the pre-sales processes
Increase Employee Engagement within the organization
Implement training and programs for employee development
Improve the customer satisfaction level by tenfold.
Delight the customers and increase the product’s adoption
Improve the debts on company’s balance sheet
Create and finalize the accounts payable report by the end of Q4
Launch the new product with utmost efficiency
Deliver the new features 2x faster
Take measures to increase the product’s quality
Create a quality level R & D team
Develop and maintain a world-class office space
Develop a quality company culture for the workforce
Boost the data recovery process by 20%
Increase the engagement with mobile users
Grow our business globally
Delight the company clientele
Take measures to increase the product’s quality
Create a quality level R & D team
Develop and maintain a world-class office space
Develop a quality company culture for the workforce

An Overview of OKRs

OKRs or Objective and Key Results, are a successful path for organizations to exercise focus toward common goals. They align each person and the teams after goals and achievements that help entities from drifting off towards the next shiny object, without accomplishing the former objective.

This practice assists firms by developing a culture of cooperation. Everyone works towards a shared purpose and along the way they attain other prominent benefits too.

The leaders of any organization have the ability to think and work more holistically with the help of pre-structured OKRs. An organized way for non-tech companies to adopt employee autonomy and organizational transparency

The three vital components of OKR performance systems are;

Objectives: Objectives are the bigger picture, the finish line, and are qualitative in nature. They ought to be inspirational for the workforce. They can be an alternative to a mini mission that needs to be completed within a specific timeframe. Objectives are the maps – they tell you where to go and get you started in that direction/.

Key Results: Key Results are targeted and quantitative in nature. They describe your journey towards your objectives. A rule of thumb: Maintain at least 3 key results of each objective. Don’t go for more KRs as tracking and maintaining them all can be tedious.

Follow-Up: Follow-up, alongside communication, is vital. But how often one might ask? This relies on the employees’ experience – if they’re seasoned personnel they wouldn’t need constant hand holding but the same can’t be said for freshers.

How to Implement OKR Template?

  Download the OKR as an Excel workbook.

  • Add your company’s name at the top.
  • Enter the timeframe of your OKRs on the right side (for example – OKRs for Q1)
  • Besides timeframe is a ‘progress’ bar that shows the total percentage of OKRs attained.
  • Below, start with your first objective and include the key results that are bound to come with the objective. (Add approx. 2-4 results)
  • Repeat the same for all departments.
  • Make sure your key results are measurable and track their progress with the percentage bad on the right of every objective and key result.