If you want to avoid bad decisions, everyone must be taken into account. However, a particular decision factor deserves your attention: the data. Without clear metrics, it is impossible to understand whether the results have been achieved. So the path to take is creating what we call a results-oriented culture.
A results-oriented culture is explicitly what people do when the following discipline in their execution and is focused on measuring results. Remember: you can only manage what you measure.
Learn about the three pillars on which companies create a culture of results.
Create a plan of action
If your business sets annual goals and objectives, then it may be about to go off the rails, and you may not even see it coming. Learn how to plan your goals and timeframes and how to monitor your results.
Did you not get the expected result?
We will show you the best strategy for dealing with situations where your results failed to reach your expectations. At moments like this, technology can help you - a lot – by collecting data.
Recognition and communication
Have you ever heard of People Analytics? How do you present company data and metrics to your team?