Finance/Accounting OKR Examples
How-to Guide to Writing Good Finance/Accounting OKRs with
Example Objectives and Key Results
When getting started with Finance/Accounting OKRs - Objectives and Key Results -
the common questions we get at Weekdone are:
- How to write good Finance/Accounting OKRs?
- Can you give me examples of good Finance/Accounting OKRs?
- What should I put in my Finance/Accounting OKRs?
To answer these questions we created this database of example Finance/Accounting OKRs so you
can get started and write your own company, department, team, or personal OKRs.
- Improve annual budgeting and business planning
- Conduct a day-long planning session with each division manager
- Receive business line budget proposals before Sept 1st
- Have each business line manager start using our online dashboards
- Close the final budget by November 30th
- Finish raising new capital for growth needs
- E-mail and phone outreach to 100 VCs and seed funds
- Get at least 30 second contact meetings or conference calls
- Solicit at least 3 term sheets of our minimum required terms
- Close an investment round with the minimum of $10 million pre-money
- "Where do I want to go?"
- O Objective
- B Bracing
- J Judicious
- E Exact
- C Clearly understandable
- T Tangible
- Key Results
- "How do I get there?"
- R Reachable
- E Exponent
- S Significant
- U Undestandable
- L Limited to numbers
- T Trackable
- OKR Best Practices
- 3-4 Objectives max per level (e.g. per person)
- 3-5 Key Results max per Objective
- Write for other people: they must clearly understand your goals
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