OKRs in practice

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OKRs stands for Objectives and Key Results and it’s a goal setting framework that has become increasingly popular with companies and product teams.
The core of the framework is very simple: Each objective (objective) is assigned measurable key results.

Want to learn more and/or share your experience, than join our speakers:

18:30-19:00 Arrival,

"Introducing OKRs- Chances and Challenges for Digital Start-Ups"
Casimir Ortlieb is a passionate entrepreneur, Co-Founder and CEO of e.GO Digital GmbH focusing on the development of digital business models in the field of E-Mobility-as-a-Service (E-MaaS) and II 4.0 business solutions.

"Adopting OKRs is harder than they tell you"
Crystal from Faktum Software recently made the move to product management after a gaining experience in technology ranging from support to server operations to Point-of-Sale system administration. Her degree in Social Science and Sociology is the perfect complement for blah blah blah. In her spare time, Crystal loves being involved in her local community and working with non-profits.

19:40 - 20:00 Networking&Food&Drinks

20:00 - 20:20
"OKRs vs. KPIs"
Zwetomir Karagaschki is a Domain Expert for customer ordering at METROnom GmbH. He is a part of fantastic team which supports the international business in creating a great web shop. Now he took an opportunity and became an OKR Master (Objective & Key Results). He enjoys supporting and accompanying the teams in setting their goals.

20:20 - 20:40
"What OKRs won't fix"
Alexandru Bleau is a seasoned product manager currently building, challenging and breaking things at trivago. In the past, he’s had the chance to work with teams on projects related to digital signage, SaaS, mobile games and physical products. Likes coffee and bowties.

20:40 - 22:00 Networking&Food&Drinks