Article Description: Strategic Goals are the over-arching goals that determine the long range direction of the company; they are the “What” and “Why”. Reviewsnap allows you to create Strategic Goals and align them to measurements on a review to ensure all employees are working towards common company goals.
Examples of Strategic Goals:
- Expand sales to existing customers
- Increase customer retention
- Increase sales by 10% annually
Adding Strategic Goals
*Only Administrators can create and edit Strategic Goals.
Step One: Select the Strategic Goals tab from the Navigation Bar. First begin by creating a category that will house Strategic Goals. Select the plus sign to save.
Step Two: Click Add a Strategic Goal to add a new Strategic Goal. Strategic Goals can include a description, due date and percentage complete. Once finished, click Save.
Aligning Measurements with Strategic Goals
*Employees, Managers, and Administrators can connect Measurements to Strategic Goals
Step Three: When adding goals and notes to an appraisal, add a measurement and click Align to Strategic Goal. Select any Strategic Goal to align your measurement.
Step Four: As an Administrator, you can view aligned users and measurements by selecting any Strategic Goal from your list.
Step Five: Click ‘View aligned measurements‘ to see a list of all measurements that have been aligned to that specific strategic goal. Or, select any aligned user to view the specific measurement assigned to that employee.