Secrets & insights from Google & how they use goals to manage teams
Why the top People Ops leaders are all implementing agile goals
How strategic HR works with the CEO connect Strategy to Execution
Why Google HR used the OKR goal method (Objectives & Key Results)
How People Ops improves Employee Experience (UX) with agile goals
Traditionally, managers and leaders have struggled to provide their employees with clear goals and offer the real-time coaching these employees need to achieve their goals and perform at their best at work. According to Harvard Business School research, 95% of employees do not fully understand the company’s goals or their own goals that are necessary to achieve the company goals. And 70% of global CEOs say their top challenge in executing strategy is a failure to align. Yet with all this, the total cost of your workforce is about 70% according to the Brookings Institute and SHRM. One thing is clear: high-performing companies get aligned, stay focused on what truly matters and ultimately grow much faster and become far more successful than all others.
In another Harvard Business Review article about Strategic HR leadership it becomes clear that modern CEOs know that they depend on their company’s HR to achieve success because companies don’t create value but people do. It is up to the HR to be truly strategic and help the CEO unlock and create value from human capital at the company. As an HR or a People Operations leader, how do you unlock this value? How do you help the CEO connect Strategy to execution? How do you ensure your people and team management process is founded on an agile goals-setting process?
Learn now how to make this shift at your organization and how to create a high-performance culture your CEO, executives and all employees will love.