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OKRs – Ok, but what’s the point?

MEASURING SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN A COMPANY CAN OFTEN NOT KEEP UP WITH THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF MODERN ORGANIZATIONS.

KPIs as an essential method for measuring and controlling corporate performance no longer meets our dynamic requirements these days.

In our workshop you will get to know “Objectives & Key Results” as a promising and modern management method to make working with KPIs more agile. This way, you can not only meet the demands of our time, but also promote collaboration and transparency in your company.

This training can be booked in different variants both online and on-site and individually for your own teams in the company as a 1/2-day training.

Agility in the pursuit of corporate goals

Taylorism and other management methods

Complicated or Complex

Reconciliation of OKRs & KPIs

Lead Goals and Lag Goals

Control versus Leadership

YOUR BENEFITS FROM THIS WORKSHOP

KEY TOPICS AND LEARNINGS

  • Agile Leadership
  • Differentiation from other management methods
  • Trust and transparency in the company
  • Involvement and personal growth of employees through personal responsibility
  • Interaction of agile and classic management methods

LEARNING ACHIEVEMENTS

Goal 1

Goal 2

Goal 3

YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS TRAINING?

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THE TRAINING IS CONDUCTED BY:

Peter Gabriel

Peter Gabriel can draw on a wealth of experience from 25 years in consulting small and large companies. His core competence is the planning and implementation of complex, often international projects in IT development/infrastructure as well as the introduction and management of new IT solutions. Business process optimization, organizational development and change management are also part of his repertoire. Peter combines his many years of management experience with distinctive methodological skills, and is thus able to empathize with the challenges of a wide variety of task areas and industries. His management methods range from classic to agile and he likes to combine them in an unconventional way.

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