Session: Design effective OKRs for your team
OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) is a goal management framework helping companies focus on the things that matter.
By aligning teams, departments and individuals, OKRs provide a framework for measurable strategic outcomes to stretch and motivate, improving performance and growth. Progress is tracked and realised in a regular, repeated cycle of target and achievement.
In this OKR Session, I will provide a comprehensive overview to the audience to the method that originated at Intel, were taken up by Google and are now the goal setting tool of choice at many well-known multinational enterprises.
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Bio: Rutuja Joshi
Rutuja is an Agile and OKR Coach with wide range of experience in coaching multiple agile teams (Internationally as well as Domestically). She believes in Agile the philosophy, and always tries to share the agile values and principles with others, not on a functional level but more on a psychological level.
With over 10+ years of experience in software industry (8+ years’ in agile environment and over 6 years in various leadership roles), Rutuja brings in multiple perspectives to the table when it comes to leading and coaching Agile teams. She is an avid learner with strong presentation, communication and influencing public speaking skills.
She is well familiar with and possess good hands-on experience in the various frameworks and methodologies under the Agile Umbrella, like Scrum, Kanban, TDD, CI/CD, DevOps and Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®). Rutuja possesses extensive experience in conducting face-to-face and virtual training on Agile for teams across continents. She also has experience in facilitating agile ceremonies, and has performed key roles of a Agile coach, Product Owner and Scrum Master in different projects.
As an Agile and OKR coach, she strives to bring in clarity and focus to teams; and also promote the right mind-set and culture within the organisation. Her motto in life is to bring out the best in individuals and teams.