In 2022, the LC will learn about and explore using the OKR goal management methodology to help align Group work with the overall Vision and Mission of Kantara.
What are OKRs?
The acronym OKR stands for Objectives and Key Results, a popular goal management framework that helps companies implement and execute strategy.
An OKR consists of an Objective, which tells you where to go, and several Key Results, which are the results you need to achieve to get to your Objective. Initiatives are all the projects and tasks that will help you achieve your Key Results.
https://www.whatmatters.com/get-started - good video series
https://www.whatmatters.com/get-examples - examples of OKRs
As we’ve talked about, Objectives come from, and are inspired by, your mission. The mission is usually the big, pie-in-the-sky thing that everyone is working together to achieve. And Objectives are the goals that are the most important things you need to do to achieve that mission. They’re the rallying cries for your team for the next cycle. John and I sometimes refer to your most top-level Objective as your team’s “North Star.”
The Kantara Board Strategic Priorities
Kantara's Corporate Identity
Vision: Equitable and transparent exchange of identity and personal data for mutual value
Mission: Grow and fulfill the market for trustworthy use of identity and personal data
Capabilities: Innovation, standardization, good practice
These are the expectations Kantara wants to set with stakeholders:
- Market growth from trust and compliance
- Cross-recognition of federations
- Long term interoperability for RPs
Outcomes: As an interaction that Kantara facilitates to deliver benefit to the stakeholder
These are the outcomes of Kantara activities:
- Communication of trustworthy services
- Definition of an excellent end user experience
- RFP requirements widely available for download
- Make the impact of the ecosystem more quantitative and visible
- Communication of the quality and impact of Kantara certification