Category Archives: Goals Settings

Want to Improve Your Bottom Line in 2020? Start With These 3 Goals

Peter Daisyme — January 10, 2020 The new year presents new opportunities and new challenges for your business. These include how to improve your bottom line. To succeed, you should be clear about what you want to achieve by 2021. Your new year’s resolution for your business will likely include improving your bottom line. As … Continue reading Want to Improve Your Bottom Line in 2020? Start With These 3 Goals

Is This a Better Way to Set Your 2020 Goals and Resolutions?

Elliot Begoun — December 31, 2019 Follow @intertwinegroup Canva.com Why would you establish business goals that are just numbers and personal resolutions that set you up to fail? That is what most of us do this time of year. We set business goals based on revenue, distribution, gross profit, and more. All of which are … Continue reading Is This a Better Way to Set Your 2020 Goals and Resolutions?

Management & the Achievement of Objectives

Hutch Morzaria — October 29, 2019 Follow @cxmaster Management is considered to be a universal phenomenon. It is a widely used and popular term. Management is the act of getting people together to work and accomplish desired objects and goals using the available resources effectively and efficiently in an organization. It comprises of organizing, planning, … Continue reading Management & the Achievement of Objectives

Improve Objectives & Key Results (OKRs) With Key Result Validation

John Gillespie — October 9, 2019 Follow @Agile_ity In the world of tech, many industry giants such as Google choose to use a management framework known as Objectives and Key Results (OKR). This goal-setting platform requires a company, to define goals and come up with activities that should help them to meet these goals. Since … Continue reading Improve Objectives & Key Results (OKRs) With Key Result Validation

The Power of Upper Limits: How to Set Goals That Actually Work, Even In the Face of Uncertainty and Chaos

Mayo Oshin — August 16, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin — August 16, 2019 In 1979, Howard Putnam, CEO of Southwest Airlines at the time, faced a complex problem and a difficult decision on the new direction to steer his company. [1] The deregulation act passed in 1978 opened the gates for a flood of new competitors … Continue reading The Power of Upper Limits: How to Set Goals That Actually Work, Even In the Face of Uncertainty and Chaos