Zachary Ross is a global OKR consultant, speaker, and OKR coach at Google Launchpad Accelerator.

OKRs Workshop was started by Zachary Ross, a former senior technical manager at Google and Amazon. OKRs Workshop is a comprehensive learning experience where your organization will learn how to implement OKR (that stands for Objectives and Key Results), a popular goal management framework that companies use to set, align, track, and measure company goals.

 

Zachary specializes in consulting with executive leadership teams on the business strategy process. Zachary trains teams on how to align, and connect employees to corporate goals, and how to increase productivity through a focus on goals. Zachary also teaches best practices to track employee or team progress towards corporate goals. 

ABOUT

Virtual 

training

An OKR Workshop

consultant will train your workforce virtually. 

onsite 

training

An OKR Workshop consultant will train your workforce at your location of choice.

OKR

Speaker

An OKR Workshop consultant will speak as an OKR thought leader at your event.

OUR TEAM

We've implemented OKR at Google, VMware, Adidas, Mercedez Benz, Gartner, DTCC,

100+ Global Startups, and more.

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Zachary Ross

Global OKR Consultant,

and Speaker

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Paul Niven

Global OKR Consultant, Author, and Speaker

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Kevin Baum

Global OKR Consultant, and Speaker

 

CLIENTS

The world's top brands trust us to deploy their OKR framework

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WE KNOW THE ANSWERS TO YOUR

OKR QUESTIONS

  • What is OKR?

  • What does OKR stand for?

  • Why do companies use OKR?

  • Why is OKR important?

  • How does OKR work?

  • What are types of key results?

  • What are good OKRs?

  • Why implement OKR?

  • How to implement OKR?

  • What is OKR in business?

  • How does google set OKR?

  • How to measure OKR and why it matters?

  • How many OKRs do we need?

  • How to write a good OKR?

  • How to define OKR?

  • How to score OKR?

  • How to use OKR?

  • How to grade OKR?

  • How to cascade OKR?

  • How to present OKR?