As the Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) framework becomes increasingly well-known for companies that want to better execute their strategies, but still benefit from the flexibility and innovation of their capabilities, its complexity increases as well due to the particularities of each organization’s environment.
Most professionals interested in performance management must have heard by now about a new hip approach – Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). So, what is it all about? Why is everyone so mesmerized by this new system?
In most cases, in small businesses within the service sector, the lack of managerial education of entrepreneurs negatively impacts the quality of the entire managerial process.
This is one of the reasons for employing modern methods of management in small companies from the third sector, in order to obtain qualitative management, even though in some specialty researches, these methods are recommended only for managers of large enterprises or businesses.
We are proud to announce that between the 20th–22nd of March 2019, Alina Miertoiu, Senior Consultant for The KPI Institute, hosted the first Certified OKR Professional 3-day training course in Kuala Lumpur.