What are OKRs? Is this some sort of improved KPIs? Are OKRs going to solve the problems of my organization?
Objectives & Key Results (OKRs) were originally created by Intel in the last century, but it was Google that made the concept famous worldwide . The OKR system has been the key for success for several companies within the last few years. However, for some other organizations, OKRs have been hidden in plain sight.
In this talk, Almudena Rodriguez Pardo would like to introduce you to some basic concepts related to the Objectives & Key Results. You will hear:
– An introduction to what OKRs are and why they make a difference – The aspects which make OKRs a powerful method to enhance your company strategy – A range of hints on how to get started in the world of OKRs!
About The Speaker: Almudena Rodriguez Pardo, born in Bilbao (Spain), studied computer science at RWTH University Aachen (Germany) and started working for Ericsson in 1995. In the 22 years involved in the telecommunication sector, she achieved a strong technical background as a developer, quality coordinator and technical market support engineer in different organizations within Ericsson. Moreover, Almudena was strongly involved in the Agile transformation and DevOps deployment at Ericsson, and worked as an Agile and DevOps consultant for Ericsson customers.
She is a well-known public speaker with international reputation at Agile and DevOps conferences, where she has been invited at Agile Tour London, Scan Agile Helsinki, Agile Practitioners Tel Aviv, European Business Analysis Day, Conference Agile Spain, Agile Conference Austria, Agile Serbia Conference, etc… As an acknowledged expert, Almudena participates at the Hustef Budapest, UCAAT Paris and ExoQA Madrid as invited Keynote. Furthermore, she contributes to the Agile community with publications like InfoQ
Almudena is actually partner at the international company Rodriguez Pardo & Assocs, working as Business Agility Consultant and Agile expert supporting organizations worldwide in their way to Agility and DevOps deployment.