Goals and Objectives

Goals and Objectives

Teaching how to create and document short term objectives to meet long term goals

 Using our templates, OGSIM’s (Objectives, Goals, Strategies, Initiatives and Measures) will be linked across your organization, ensuring each functional lead is responsible to deliver the comprehensive plan.

The macro level goals become the departmental and individual strategies and each initiative will include the following: description, what it will deliver and by when, who the owner is, and the metrics to track performance.

The steps we will take are:

Align: Align you and your staff’s initiatives to the departmental goals.

Engage: Each manager’s objectives must keep the individual groups engaged. We will develop your objectives in a way that keeps your group engaged and committed to the overall departmental goals. Review your Core Principles and ensure your employees’ objectives tie back to the goals.

Understand: First make sure you understand your objectives and your manager’s objectives, redefine them if they are ambiguous.

The objective is to ensure the total department knows and understands their expectations.

3 YR Business Planning

We will facilitate excellence in your company and personally develop your own 3 Year Plans. Using a series of exercises, we will guide your leadership team through each phase of developing the 3 Year Plan.

The purpose is to fully understand the site’s purpose, Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (known as a SWOT analysis).

Throughout the process, in collaboration with you we will ensure the vision, mission and objectives of the plan align with your company’s overall vision and mission.

As a strategic document it reflects the identifies your competitive advantage “role” within the market as well as among its competitors and its community position.

A Living and Evolving Document that is updated when:

  • External conditions change
  • When a strategic initiative is introduced externally that impacts your company
  • When company feels its purpose has changed and needs to reconsider their role in achieving the company’s mission

SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)

SWOT analysis is our strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in your business or a project within your business. This analysis involves specifying the objective of the project or business goal and identifying the internal and external factors that are favorable and unfavorable to achieve that objective.

A SWOT analysis must first start with defining a desired end state or objective and serves as part of our strategic planning model.

Identification of SWOTs is essential because subsequent steps in the process of planning for achievement of the selected objective may be derived from the SWOTs.

Strengths: internal characteristics of the organization/facility or team that give it an advantage over others in the industry.

Weaknesses: internal characteristics that place the organization/facility or team at a disadvantage relative to others in the industry.

Opportunities: external chances to make greater improvements in the environment.

Threats: external elements in the environment that could cause trouble for the organization/facility or team.

Change management facilitates the readiness and alignment of the organization affected by change and all about the process of helping stakeholders move from the current state to the future state.

Organizational Effectiveness

The organizational systems we design define roles, responsibilities, and relationships, and have a strong impact on individuals’ mindsets and behavior.

We equip managers to have honest conversations about the effectiveness of their organizations, and ensure companies:

  • Provide clear direction on strategy and values, to avoid conflicting priorities.
  • Senior executives work as a team and commit to the new direction and acknowledge necessary changes in their own behavior.
  • Ensure an open door policy with honest conversation about problems.
  • Coordination across businesses, functions, or regions leveraging a strong organizational design.
  • Adequate leadership time and attention given to talent issues.
  • Open communication with the senior team about obstacles to the organization’s effectiveness.

Time Management

We teach all levels of your company how to organize for efficient production, and how to divide time between different activities.

Lead and train a team to hit targets and complete deliverables within a set timeframe.

  • Diagnose internal strengths and weaknesses to set attainable short, medium, and long term goals.
  • Teach workers how to create and document short term objectives for long term growth.
  • Teach workers how to organize their workflow and allocate time efficiently.
  • Mentor leaders on how to set goals, take initiative, make effective decisions, and make use of their natural strengths.