OKRs examples and templates
The Objectives and Key Results framework (OKRs) can be a powerful tool for outcome-driven teams. But, it can also lead to a disaster if you set the wrong goals.
OKRs will focus the effort of your team toward a small set of outcomes, and it is crucial to make sure that you have the right set of priorities.
We've created a series of OKRs templates and examples to inspire you and help you write your own quarterly plans.
Check out the examples below to see how you can structure your own Objectives and Key Results depending on the problem that you're trying to tackle.
OKRs to improve consulting services OKRs to triple our website traffic OKRs to increase Social Media x3 OKRs to land and expand through product stickiness OKRs to keep a long-running project on track OKRs to improve project management OKRs to improve self-serve onboarding OKRs to turn users into true fans OKRs to drastically improve onboarding and activation OKRs to encourage user referrals OKRs to develop a new in-product referrals program OKRs to turn customers into advocates OKRs to grow sales effort in new markets OKRs to develop a winning sales strategy OKRs to improve payroll processing OKRs to become the brand leader in our category OKRs to improve our email Marketing activities OKRs to improve engineering performance and reliability OKRs to improve engineering release cycles OKRs to be the employer of choice in our industry