Business Goals

Do you have goals for your business?                                                              Image

On the surface this seems like an easy and obvious thing to develop.

If I asked all of your employees what they thought the number 1 goal for your business is, could they tell me? Would they all have the same answer?  If I went to your customers and asked them what was most important to them would any of them match the goals for your company?

It is certainly important, but can be trickier than it looks.  In the coming posts I will share some real life examples how seemingly well intentioned and thought out goals ended up in unexpected places with unintended consequences.  Stay tuned.

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Dan Clark

Principal of Bowline Consulting, process designer/fixer, wireless telecom veteran, addicted pick up soccer player, fly fisher, backpacker, beer brewer, guitar player, choir singer, recovering bag piper

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