17 Nov Survive and thrive with 4 helpful hands
To achieve survive and thrive goals – your engineering or metal manufacturing business requires focus.
You might have ambitious goals and you might have grand plans to achieve them, but you are too busy just running your business day to day that you can’t get started.
This can lead to disenchantment and frustration, making it even harder for you to focus on the future.
When you set a single strategic priority for the next 13 weeks, it means most of the day to day work can still get done and ONE important change priority can also get done at the same time.
Something as simple as making a priority focus for 13 weeks, sharing it across all your team and setting up ways to track activities and results now sounds achievable.
Survive and thrive
Here are 4 helping hands to get you started:
- Write out the list of business growth goals you have for your business. They can be anything from sort the filing out to hiring a new member of the team. Anything that is either holding you back from growth or that with implementation would help your business grow.
- Choose one priority OBJECTIVE for you and your team to focus on in the next 13 weeks. Leave the other goals for now (perhaps deal with next quarter).
- Discuss the Objective with your team and ensure buy-in. Make sure everyone is clear on the handful of KEY RESULTS that together will deliver your OBJECTIVE. Work out who will do what and measure and monitor the activities.
- Make sure your leaders are seen and heard giving your business OKRs (objective and key results) their wholehearted approval, support and diary time. This sends a clear message to your team of the importance of the OBJECTIVE and the KEY RESULTS in place to achieve it.
Agreeing to one core objective for the next 13 weeks means you are doing what Google has done over 80 times since 1999. Worth your time and attention don’t you think?
Click here to download the QUARTERLY OKRs report and learn more about Google, Bono and Intel and the success OKRs brought them and how with the same single-minded focus to your priorities will help you determine the future success of your business.
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