Examples of template description

Adding a description to your Ownership is important in order to let every member of your team understand your vision, goals, priorities, missions and KPI. To ensure that no one is overlapping somebody elseโ€™s work, the description must be filled out and explicit. 

If you donโ€™t know how to describe an Ownership, let us help you with these few examples.

The OKR template :

The framework OKR (Objectives and Key Results) is a goal-setting system that makes sure that everyone is going in the same direction. It defines what needs to be achieved and how the achievement is going to be measured. 

The objectives are qualitative descriptions that need to motivate and challenge the team.

The key results are here to explain how the objectives can be reached.They measure the progress towards your final goal. 

For example :

Objective ๐ŸŽฏ :

Create an Awesome Customer Experience

Key Results ๐Ÿ—:

  • Improve Net Promoter Score from X to Y.
  • Increase Repurchase Rate from X to Y.
  • Maintain Customer Acquisition cost under Y.

The Holacracy template :

This governance system follows many rules in order to distribute roles and responsibilities within an organization. 

The purpose shows the potential, the goal that the ownership is pursuing.

The domains are the resources and other things that the ownership has control and authority over.

The accountabilities show the work that the ownership has to put out in order to achieve its purpose.

For example :

Purpose ๐ŸŽฏ:

Create an Awesome Customer Experience

Domains ๐Ÿฅผ:

  • The acquisition list 
  • The mailing list

Accountabilities ๐Ÿ“‹:

  • Delivering an onboarding process
  • Interviewing the customers

The Sociocracy template :

Sociocracy is another governance system that distributes the decision-making throughout the organization. The difference with Holacracy is while the purpose is the same the means are not dictated. It is up to the organization to decide how best to achieve the distribution of the decision-making process.

Intentions are what the ownership strives to do.

The waste are the things that are not a priority to the goal of the ownership and that may delay the success if taken care of.

The deliverables are what is expected to be done in order to achieve the intention.

For example :

Intention ๐ŸŽฏ:

Create an Awesome Customer Experience

Waste ๐Ÿšฎ:

Focus on needs related to non-targeted customers

Deliverable ๐Ÿ“š:

  • Define a specific onboarding process
  • Interview the customer about their experience
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