What your OKR communications plan should look like
There’s no doubt that introducing OKRs to your organization requires a massive change management effort, as it affects everything from your team’s communication to your organization’s performance tracking culture.
This can be the source of immense anxiety, pressure, and inertia. To minimize this resistance, there needs to be an adequate communications plan to keep team members at all levels of the organization informed on key OKR rollout updates andprovide comfort that it is tracking smoothly.
This is a lengthy task andrequires careful planning and consideration. We’ve simplified what your OKR communications plan should look like into three buckets: The Who, the When and the Where.