The great thing about organizational transparency is the forecasting effect that comes with it. When everyone’s compass is pointing in the same direction, it is easier to spot an off-track team member, or project. Life happens and sometimes goals will have to change to accommodate. While these shifts are easier to spot in an organization that focuses on transparency, you still need to have a plan of attack.
Defining and communicating goals is one thing, it is quite another to implement total and strategic talent and goal alignment throughout an entire organization. We’re talking about more than a mission statement here, and these are the 7 best practices to help get you there.
Of the hundreds of tools and techniques used by leaders to improve the productivity of their workforce, here at ClearCompany we have found that goal transparency has proven to be extremely effective. We also love proving results with metrics and analytics, because numbers don’t lie. Goal transparency delivers those production numbers time after time, and here’s how.
Performance Management System,
Talent Management System,
As the contingent workforce continues to grow at a rapid pace, employers are faced with the realization that these short-term workers come with their own unique set of requirements. Although this realization is facing employers, they aren’t necessarily taking notice.
Total System Integration,
Quite often leadership will create a project or goal timeline that ends up simply being a wish list of dates and objectives. How is it that most timelines get so off track so quickly? There are several reasons that seemingly thoughtfully crafted timelines end up being totally out of sync with reality. Getting your goals on a realistic and effective schedule requires the consideration of several factors.