Stragiliti OKR - Features
Define Objectives and Key Results as per best practices
Objectives and Key Results in OKR have certain norms during definition. For example, each Objective typically has many Key results, and each Key Result is measurable accurately with proper definitions. Stragiliti OKR follows these best practices.
Ensure ownership of OKR's
OKR's need to be owned and reported by people, otherwise they would not be checked-in, reviewed or focussed on. Stragiliti OKR makes it easy for users to manage their OKR's and share it with those whom they are working with. The responsibility for execution also becomes clear.
The OKR review cycle
OKR's are reviewed many times through the period of execution. Check-ins or progress updates can be many, during which the team and supervisors can collaborate to discuss solutions to achieve the set OKR's.
Graphical and intuitive representation of OKR's
All OKR's are represented in a consistent, and intuitive graphical manner, so that one can understand it's context and it's progress in one glance. Allows teams and supervisors to instantly understand the status of progress irrespective of the method in which the values are measured.
Handles simple as well as complex organization situations
OKR can be used by startups, departments, small and large organizations. To be used for all these situations Stragiliti OKR provides a flexible, easy to use configurable organization model (using concepts like teams and operating units) that allows small and large organizations to use OKR in a collaborative manner
Flexibility in configuring access
Some organizations like to use OKR in a transparent and freely shareable manner, while others like OKR's to be restricted to teams and levels. Stragiliti OKR can be configured accordingly.
Align / Share OKR's
OKR's may be aligned, shared or independent. One can specify the alignment and work towards those objectives with this alignment in mind.
Quarterly views for intuitiveness
More than 80% of organizations using OKR's follow quarters as the OKR setting cycle. OKR's are usually planned before or at the beginning of the quarter, checked periodically and submit the final review. Stragiliti has made the quarter as the primary means of navigation, making the software easy to use and intuitive, though one can set OKR's for other periods too if required.
Set up meetings for OKR's and provide access to teams to participate.
Initiatives are spawned off OKR's with an intention to help in successful execution. Initiatives (typically projects or task sets) can be captured for the group to work on.
Reviews and Feedback
Check-ins (Progress updates) and Reviews have structured questions for feedback, so that teams or individuals can reflect on how to achieve the OKR's planned in a collaborative manner
Successfully executed OKR's can be given awards which are recorded for posterity.
Reports and Analytics
Several reports by various combinations (periods, levels, teams etc.) are provided, and where required can be extracted in spreadsheets.