It is imperative that the business owner and management team understands how to set the SMART goals. Taken step by step, the process is simple and results in a clear and concise goal.
SMART goals must be Specific,Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. The best way to illustrate the difference between a SMART goal and a more general one is through an example:
Let’s start with the how-to, shall we? (side note: You may know some of this and other strategies might be new for you. You have permission to take what works and leave the rest behind.)
The REAL answers to your ‘Strategic Stuckness’ are embedded in the question raised earlier though, “if it’s so easy, why aren’t we all doing it?” We’ll dive deeper into THAT on our call 9/11/17, but for now, let’s jump into some effective strategies!