On 20th June the 10th OKR Forum hosted by Workpath took place in Munich. The OKR Forum is an event format, where participants can in the context of presentations, panel discussions and workshops converse and talk about OKRs, agile management and leadership. In exchange with experts and practitioners of the new working world as well as like-minded people with similar questions, participants can gain interesting insights, discuss possible solutions and get to know best practices.
Thank you for the great organization, exchange of experiences and the pleasant conversation partners! -Steffen Thols
The events hereby take place in different major cities in Germany like Berlin, Munich or Cologne and this year for a first time also expanded to Austria (Vienna, 18th October 2018), Switzerland (Zurich, 5th December 2018) and to England (London, tba). To give new and diverse impetus, Workpath invites different digital pioneers for each of the forums. In the past for example experts from Zalando, HolidayCheck, Flixbus and Jochen Schweizer presented their experience and opinions revolving around agile work, leadership and OKRs.
After successful events in Frankfurt, Berlin and Munich this year, Workpath is looking forward to the next OKR Forum in Cologne on the 10th of September with excitement. Find more information about the next OKR Forum near you here.
Top Best Practice – Galina Bankova
Workpath´s 10th OKR Forum
The anniversary edition of the OKR Forum in Munich held a lot of great speakers and captivating conversation topics ready for its guests. After an introduction by Johannes Müller, CEO of Workpath, Manuel Küblböck explained how the fintech startup gini uses OKRs for decentralized goal calibration with autonomous teams. Next to the agile coach also Jonas Rieke, VP Customer Success of Personio gave interesting insights on the OKR topic. He explained how the goal setting process of the HR startup developed during the growth from 10 to 100 employees.
Super interesting! Thanks a lot for organizing. – Keith Wallace
In the ensuing panel discussion with the two speakers as well as Mathias Gorf from Holiday Check, Samuel Schuermann from Flixbus and Tina Dreier from the Kartenmacherei different perspectives on the topic goal management and OKRs were looked at. For the get-together afterwards all participants were invited for an open exchange and could use this opportunity to pose specific questions and get answers for concrete applications in their respective organizations.