Start with a simple objective from your scorecard with corresponding improvement activity, keeping in mind the priorities that have been identified.
a model that groups goals, objectives, and metrics into the areas of financial, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth
Recall that the scorecard for an organization starts with vision and mission, followed by goals (financial, internal business processes, customer, and learning and growth), which have corresponding objectives, metrics, and tactical activities
our personal mission and vision reflect who you are and where you want to go.
Mission reflects your values and philosophy of life. Vision captures what you want to achieve.
Goals and roles are set out with respect to the areas of financial, others, individual strengths, and learning and growth
Financial, for instance, captures your needs and aspirations about money, as well as the financial obligations that you might have as a result of your role of caring for a parent, sibling, or child.
Individual strengths represent the internal perspective, reflecting goals related to your health and well-being
learning and growth refer to your skills, abilities, and aims with regard to personal and professional learning and growth
How can you learn and remain successful in the future? What type of skills and learning are required now, for future aspired roles?
MART criteria. These characteristics, based on specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound yield the acronym SMART
you must answer the six “W” questions
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