Once you know the activities to perform, you need to properly resource the teams. Without giving them the resources, it's not fair (or possible) to hold them accountable for hitting their goals. Let activities required drive the resources given and let the resource plan drive the budget. Resources needed may be time, money, people, and support.
- Once you've set your goals…and identified the activities you need to perform…to achieve those goals,…you need to properly resource the team.…Without resources, it's not fair or possible…to hold them accountable for achieving those goals.…That's like asking them to run a marathon…but not giving them a pair of running shoes.…It's not fair and it's not going to work.…Let the the activities required drive the resources.…Let the resources required drive your budget.…
Resources can be things like money, people,…time and support.…I know one organization that was going to implement…a customer relationship management system.…This was a huge IT project.…The company wanted to launch it,…and they said, "We're going to launch it in March."…They gave the team 12 months to build this platform.…They gave the team money and they gave the team time.…What they didn't give them…was the people required for this project.…All the team members who were assigned to the project team…had it assigned as an additional responsibility.…
They still had their day jobs to do.…
Mike walks you through bottom-up, zero-based, commit, and stretch goals. He also helps you use goals to change behaviors, build new skills among employees, and make goals actionable with incentives. He concludes with a comprehensive plan for setting and implementing goals, and tips on dealing with challenges such as conflicting goals.
- Identify, set, and track SMART goals.
- Link goals to business strategy.
- Build goals from the bottom-up or the top-down.
- Create stretch goals.
- Review and revise goals.
- Reconcile conflicting goals.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding Goal Setting
How to identify goals2m 21s
2. Create SMART Goals
3. Set Appropriate Goals
4. Implement Goals
5. Challenges to Goal Setting
Next steps1m 38s
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