Goal Management is the process of setting, communicating and evaluating goals at the individual, departmental and organizational levels. The Goals Management Solution from BullseyeEngagement has an easy to use interface that clearly communicates the status of goals, increases transparency and accountability, and provides feedback regarding goal achievement. It also helps individual employees understand their contribution towards the goals of the organization, which creates increased employee engagement and satisfaction.
Goals management is important at every level of business to ensure business units, teams, and individual employees are all focused on the right activities. Goals management accomplishes this by allowing an organization to track employees' progress in real-time to make sure projects stay on track. By tracking progress you can maintain alignment with organizational goals and strategy and help employees set meaningful individual goals for development and career advancement.
You get as much out of the Goals Management System as you put into it. Whether you want to align departmental goals with corporate goals, help employees set individual development goals, or manage project goals, the BullseyeEngagement platform can be configured to suit your needs.
Each place of work is unique and presents its own set of challenges when it comes to defining a common operating picture and what that looks like. While the main focus for many people working 40 hours a week is for the company to succeed so they can support their families, there is so much more out there that can be achieved by working toward common goals and striving to meet those goals in a timely and efficient manner. Helping individuals buy into that philosophy not only allows them to stay engaged, but to feel more fulfilled with the work that they do knowing that that they are working toward something bigger and that their work matters. Using BullseyeEngagement's Goal Management software, you can increase visibility so that even workers at the entry level positions know that they matter and that they can be sitting in the CEO or COO chair someday.