Your organization’s core purpose and values dictate every action that your company will take from its inception onwards. This is why experts recommend that leaders define their company’s core purpose and values with careful consideration, choosing ideals that their company can stay aligned with regardless of changes in their business priorities and strategies.
Business leaders across the world agree that team alignment is the backbone of successful companies. But often when leaders try to improve alignment in their organization, they focus entirely on making sure that the executive team shares the same vision and priorities going forward. In actuality, you need alignment at every level of your company in order to execute strategically and see lasting growth.
Your company has decided that you’re ready to start scaling up, and you want to make sure that you choose the right business management platform with all the features and tools you need. Here we’ll explore some of the most important questions you should ask when comparing different platforms and types of software.
As 2016 ends, consider why you should ditch the annual performance review process, and instead communicate with your employees in a frequent rhythm throughout the year.
Annual performance reviews take time away from your company’s other projects, lowering overall productivity. The subjectivity of yearly performance reviews can make team members feel inferior and undervalued, leading to a steep drop in motivation and engagement.
Have you ever been working on a task only to see no sign of progress? No matter what iteration you try, nothing seems to work. For many employees, these “stucks” can be daunting and severely diminish morale. It’s essential that a company’s leaders implement tactics to help employees manage their stucks and deal with them quickly when problems arise.