One of the biggest learning points from working with our clients over the last couple of years has been the understanding of what we call ‘organisational readiness’ – an organisation’s readiness, willingness, and ability to initiate and embed change – and the disparity that often exists between the reality that the leader sees, and the reality the rest of the organisation experiences.
In short, you can have the best intentions, and the best plans, but if you don’t understand your organisation, you’re setting yourself up to fail.
If you think an electronic performance management system might be for you, here are some of the things you should be thinking about…
Do you know what you want to achieve?
Do you have senior leadership support?
Do you have organisational values and behaviours that are meaningful for staff?
Do you have a clear strategy that staff can relate to?
Do you have a culture of openness around performance?
Even if the answers to these are ‘no’ at the moment we can help. Why not get in touch and we can talk more in person?