When it’s time to conduct a quarterly business review, tracking your team’s progress is the main goal. Our QBR template allows you to assess and review developments and present them to key stakeholders.
Do you struggle with these activities?
Showcasing progress for regular team reviews
Organizing the task creation process
Tracking requested actions
Eliminate these obstacles with Wrike’s QBR template.
Use the QBR agenda template to ensure all essential topics relevant to meeting attendees are covered
Share your QBR template ahead of the meeting to allow stakeholders make informed decisions more quickly
Detail tasks that result from the QBR in your template and assign accountability to each one
Why you need this QBR template
Collate important details
Is your work scattered in various locations? Meetings can be disorganized if you don’t have the relevant information at your fingertips. Use our QBR agenda template to ensure nothing is missed. Keep information in a single location, so progress can easily be shown to stakeholders.
This QBR template makes it easy to visualize where work has been successful and where things might not have performed as intended. By collating previous and current data, you can assess where necessary changes could be made and which objectives can be updated.
Identify potential risks
A major benefit of QBR templates is helping teams visualize why something might have gone wrong previously and what could go wrong in the future. Keep minutes from your last QBR meeting in your current template to note any patterns and identify potential risks that could be avoided.
How to use the quarterly business review template in Wrike
Struggling with chaotic quarterly meetings? The QBR template in Wrike helps your team get the most out of meetings by creating a single location to store agenda items, view actionable follow-up tasks, and share progress with stakeholders.
Wrike’s QBR template is simple to use. This template has three clear steps to get you started.
Step 1: Set the meeting agenda
Start by setting your QBR meeting agenda, including tasks that have been completed or are in progress. Link documents and files to these tasks to show stakeholders the effort your team put in and the results you achieved.
Step 2: Create actionable tasks
During your QBR meeting, you can quickly and easily create actionable tasks and assign them to team members, so no agenda item gets overlooked or neglected until the next QBR. Delineate tasks by department or topic so stakeholders can keep tabs on them, and use the pre-built workflow to move tasks forward.
Step 3: Monitor progress
Once the QBR has taken place, monitor the progress of your action items with a variety of different customizable views, including dashboards, calendars, and Gantt charts. Keep track of each item to ensure it progresses before the next QBR meeting.
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This template is used to collate agenda items and project highlights for QBR meetings. You can also set actionable tasks and track their progress with dashboard, calendar, and Gantt chart views.
The QBR template creates a single location to store agenda items, evidence, documents, and files, so they can be shared with stakeholders ahead of time. During the QBR meeting, attendees can make decisions more efficiently and effectively.
Teams of any size and in any industry can benefit from the QBR template. The template’s features are designed to be customized for any QBR meeting.
How to install this template in your account
You can only access this template when you create a new space.
You can access the use case templates gallery through the space creation wizard. When you opt to create a new space, the template gallery opens by default.
Click the ‘+’ button in the upper-right corner of your workspace.
On the page that opens, hover over the use case you want and click ‘Preview’. You can use the search bar above the list to look for the required template.
Now, you can see more information about the use case. Click ‘Select’ to create a space.
You can add this template to an existing space.
Yes, there are.
To use this template, you need to have at least the Business plan or up. Check our plans here.
To use this template, you need the following features available in your account: tasks,
This template is available in English only.
Check the prerequisites above. If you don’t match one of the prerequisites, talk to your space admin or your account owner.
If you match all the prerequisites and you still can’t see the template, feel free to reach out to the Wrike support team.