EVALUATE HOW EFFECTIVELY THE ORGANISATION MANAGES INDIVIDUALS TO ACHIEVE ORGANISATUIONAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
1.1 Goals and objectives provides the organisation with a blue print that determines a course of action and aids them in preparing them for the future changes. In my organisation we set clear defined goals and objectives. These goals and objectives informed the employees where the organisation is going and how it plan to get there. They provide guidance, facilitate planning, motivate and inspired employees. When the organisation set goals and objectives, they make sure that they are precise, this means that they put in dates, time and amount so that they can measure achievement. When they do this it help employees know exactly when they have the goal and objectives and can take complete satisfaction from having achieved it Whenever the organisation has several goals and objectives, they give each a priority. This helps team members to avoid feeling overwhelmed by having too many goals, and helps to direct their attention to the most important ones. We always write down goals and objectives as this crystallizes them and gives them more force. We Kept the low-level goals we are working towards small and achievable. If a goal is too large, then it can seem that they are not making progress towards it. This might make team members lose motivation in the goal that is set. Keeping goals small and incremental gives more opportunities for reward. The organisation takes care to set goals over which teams have as much control as possible. It can be quite dispiriting to fail to achieve a goal for reasons beyond their control. This helps the team to keep control over achievement of goals and objectives and draw satisfaction from them. We set realist goals and objectives. It is important to set goals that teams can achieve. When the organisation set goals and objective always bear in mind the teams own desires and ambitions. When the organisation set goal and objectives, they made sure that they are express positively so that team members can se the vision for the end product and be motivated. Looking at the at all the goals and objectives we have achieved, the organisation have effectively manage individuals to achieved its goals.
The team has a clear and unambiguous mission.
Team goals and values are clear, understood and accepted by all the team members. The team is oriented to goals and results.
There are measurable targets for achieving the goals.
The team members have the skills necessary for achieving the mission. •
The team has an optimum mix of skills and abilities.
Individual skills are identified, and roles and responsibilities for each member of the team are clarified.
People understand their assignments and how their roles contribute to the work of the whole.
The team structure and procedures are consistent with the task, goals and people Involved.
There is clear, timely and open communication downwards, upwards and sideways within the team, as well as with suppliers and customers.
The team has sufficient opportunities to meet and work through problems.
Issues, difficulties and blockages to effectiveness are always confronted and dealt with in an open way.
Both co-operation and conflict are used to get the best results. •
There are sound and understood procedures for decision-making that allow the team to tackle issues without getting bogged down in trivia.
Team members implement decisions with commitment.
The team develops a self-discipline that uses time and resources well. •
The team regularly reviews the way it operates and sets targets for improvement. •
Individual and team development needs are regularly reviewed. •
The team leader is supportive of the other team members and has high personal performance...
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