Strategic Roadmap: Individual Actions

May 15, 2019

Once you developed your mission, vision, values, goals and objectives it will be important that each employee developed their own individual actions to help the organization move in the desired direction. Performance management is key in this process and when employees have a clear expectation of what is expected of them they can perform to help the organization succeed.


Matt Kerzner: Another area that I want to talk about is the individual contributions. This is when managers set their goals for the departments and the employees that work in them.

It's very important they know what's expected of them. Managers need to know how to set an expectation, monitor those actions and be able to give feedback for improvement or recognition for doing a great job. When employees understand what's expected of them and managers know how to give feedback, chances are their individual goals will be linked to the organizational goals and help the Strategic Roadmap move in the right direction.


About Matthew Kerzner

Matthew Kerzner is a Director in the Center for Individual and Organizational Performance and the Center for Family Business Excellence. Matt has more than 25 years of experience in organizational development with a specialization in assisting family businesses and closely held businesses.

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