Contentproz - Why Setting Performance Targets to Fire Back
ContentProz one of the methods that many organizations are trying to implement their employees to improve is to targets of some sort up.
In fact, the government does not do this all the time for the public sector. ContentProz setting targets for hospitals. ContentProz schools, etc. ContentProz and many companies to set targets for sales. ContentProz productivity, response time, earnings. ContentProz and more. Why these goals are so widespread? because they are thought to be: measurable - you can not just measure the quality of care in the hospital getting someone. But you can measure how long they must wait for an operation that can not be measured easily. But customer service can be measured. Whether someone has achieved a sales targetmotivating - goals are to provide people something to work for a goal to strive for and a sense of achievement when they subject way to compare to make - because they are measurable.
You can use to compare individuals and organizations. You can compile league tables and diagrams - those who have reached their destination and who has not. Who made the most progress so it seems that the goals must be a good thing. Yes well, no, not really forever?.
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