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  • OKRs in PMO

The Role of the PMO in Successful OKR Implementation

By |2024-06-19T21:47:02+01:00October 31st, 2023|PMO, Project Management|

Achieving strategic goals efficiently is more critical than ever. Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) have emerged as a powerful framework to drive this efficiency. However, the successful implementation and management of OKRs require not only a solid framework (in our previous article you can find some tips to create effective and powerful OKRs but also experienced leadership and change management.

  • OKRs

How to Write Useful and Effective OKRs With Examples

By |2024-06-19T21:48:32+01:00September 27th, 2023|Consulting, Microsoft PPM, PMO, Project for the Web, Project Management, Project Online|

Creating effective OKRs can be challenging, especially during the initial stages of implementation. It may require several iterations to reach a level of practice. However, remember that OKRs are rooted in agile principles, and iteration and reflection are key parts of the process.

  • What is Microsoft Viva Goals and How Do We Connect Them to Project for the Web

What is Microsoft Viva Goals and How to Connect to Project

By |2024-06-19T21:48:55+01:00August 29th, 2023|Microsoft PPM, Microsoft Project, Project for the Web, Project Management, Project Online|

With the new Project for the web connector in Viva Goals, we can now integrate Project data and task details within our OKR set, enabling automatic updates of the OKRs based on the project's status. This allows us to focus on business priorities, eliminating the need for manual updates.

Microsoft Releases Goal Setting Feature in Project for the Web: OKR + Project Management Merger

By |2024-06-19T21:57:21+01:00June 23rd, 2023|Microsoft PPM, Microsoft Project, Project for the Web|

On June 21st 2023, Microsoft announced the availability of goal setting in Project for the web, bringing us closer to combining the OKR (Objective and Key Results) framework with Project Management principles. This integration allows us to deliver strategic goals with projects and achieve our objectives more efficiently and effectively. This article provides insights into these methodologies, reviewing the newly released Goals functionality for Project for the web and exploring the possibilities and next steps.

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