The Institute Way Blog
Much like the time that Babe Ruth supposedly called a shot in the 1932 World Series, Target Setting is a bold activity. This blog investigates various considerations when setting targets.
Measurement is hard enough when things are “normal”. How do you measure impact when things keep changing?
Some organizations lose momentum once the plan is in place. This simple review meeting schedule can make all the difference.
I just ate 56 grams of bread. Did I eat too much? There is value in keeping your unit of measure intuitive.
Strategic alignment can be improved with two simple actions: 1) regularly assessing goal alignment, and 2) training front-line supervisors on strategic alignment.
Indirect (or proxy) measurements can be useful in some cases. A good example of an indirect measure is currently being used to cheat at the game Wordle.