Since Andy Grove, the CEO of Intel, adapted Peter Drucker’s Management by Objectives (MBO) into Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) in 1970, the methodology has become increasingly popular over the last 50 years. Many household technology brands have adopted this methodology since then, with founder Larry Page attributing OKRs to the speed of Google’s success.
Download this article to discover:
- What OKRs are and how they work
- The recipe for a good OKR
- Why financial services firms are using them.
For more information about OKRs and how we are helping organizations to enable agility and competitive edge, contact Alla Gancz, Partner and Head of Capco Digital UK.