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 accelerate development via automation OKRs to achieve great performance and reliability OKRs to increase code quality OKRs to deliver great user experience OKRs to improve incident management OKRs to improve the Disaster Recover process OKRs to increase security awareness OKRs to improve developer experience by improvign dev speed OKRs to expand Sales to a new region OKRs to enable a better sales process OKRs to hit revenue milestones OKRs to build an Enterprise Sales effort OKRs to increase sales through channel partners OKRs to improve team responsiveness OKRs to reduce activation churn OKRs to leverage positive feedback to increase advocacy OKRs to boost talent retention OKRs to improve talent acquisition OKRs to improve search engine rankings for targeted keywords OKRs to increase organic traffic by 20%