OKRs could be a great communication tool and means of providing transparency and managing expectations. But OKRs are only as good as the processes and dynamics they represent, with the latter being fully dependent on an organizational (system) design.
It may not be evident at first sight, but something both OKRs and Agile methodologies have in common is the goal to bridge the gap between strategy and execution and improve adaptability. With that in mind, there are ways you can leverage best practices from both methodologies to accelerate progress.
The worlds largest banks are playing catch up. After retreating to lick their wounds after the near death experience of the Great Financial Crisis ten year ago, banks are back, fighting to demonstrate that innovation is not just a game for trendy startups.