The post-pandemic world demands adaptation. As a CTO, you’re expected to deliver. How can you evolve your technology strategy, ensure your personal success, and eliminate uncertainty in response to the world’s rapidly changing demands?

For CTOs: Evolve Your Technology Strategy with OKRs 

In this whitepaper, we’ll explore: 

Learn to win with effectiveness by focusing on the balance sheet, the customer, and your teams. 

Drive Effectiveness Over Efficiency 

Learn the OKR advantage and leverage it for better personal performance.

Master CTO Responsibilities

Bridge the strategy to execution gap using OKRs for your team.

Drive Lasting Impact with the CTO Role

Motivate teams by mapping their personal inputs to outcomes with OKRs. 

Enhance Engagement and Accountability 

OKRs are your benchmark for outcome-driven strategy. Follow our 3-step process to develop and implement OKRs. 

Build Your OKR Blueprint 

Ensure teams work on what matters, improve alignment with that goal, and deepen strategy through collaboration. 

Enhance Focus, Synchronicity, and Collaboration 


About the Authors

Evan is a Senior Technology and Business Executive with demonstrated success in CTO, Founder, and Sr VP roles. 

He is a proven entrepreneur, bringing two software companies to IPO, and two firms to exit via sale to public companies.

Chief Transformation Officer, GTMHUB

AuthorsWhat's Inside

Chief Technology Officer and co-founder, GTMHUB

Radoslav has been involved in all aspects of enterprise software development throughout his career. 

He has managed agile product teams through the entire software development life cycle – from inception to delivering value to customers.  

The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) role can be one of the most rewarding, yet difficult leadership roles in the enterprise. 

Companies in all industries continue to realize that they must become technology firms. Geoffrey Moore once remarked, “A bank is just a computer with a marketing department.” 

Technology, or digital strategy, has become central to the success of the entire firm.

At the center of enterprise success is the CTO, working on the consistent development, implementation, and innovation of technology strategy. The CTO’s distinction goes beyond its responsibilities — in a post-pandemic workplace, the CTO faces more unique challenges and difficulties. These difficulties ensue because the Office of the CTO typically does not have direct control of the work or people implementing and buying technology. 

How do we define a position that often operates without direct control?

What makes the CTO unique?

  • Why the CTO stands out more in a post-pandemic world 

  • The CTO’s defining responsibilities 

  • How Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) help CTOs win 

  • Connections between CTO responsibilities and OKR perks 

  • Practical CTO scenarios to leverage OKRs 

  • Tips for creating better OKRs 

  • The future of work narrative through the CTO’s perspective 

  • Illustrations of OKR alignment in and out of your role 

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