Workplace Culture

Goals and Outcomes

By Staff Report

Jan. 14, 2013

Organizations that do a better job of harnessing individual potential are likely to be more competitive than their peers in the 21st Century. Goal management is an important tool for organizations that aim to better manage individual efforts in a way that can be as strategic as it is effective. Goals can help to focus an organization and its employees on the most important and pressing organizational priorities.

Register to download this free white paper today to learn goals and outcomes linking individual performance to organizational goals. Sponsored by Halogen Software.

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