Times change, technology changes so this means that our ways of doing business must change. See how documentation is important and relevant to you and your team.
Having a consistent location and filing system takes documentation from a box checked to being the most useful asset of an organization. The first thing employees need to know is how to find what they need. If this process isn’t already in place or someone has to ask for each individual item to find out who’s desktop or My Drive, you may have some serious issues.
Above all create a commitment to making it work and giving it all for testing but be flexible in the rules and assumptions you move with. It is important to take feedback into consideration and creating a genuine understanding that this is welcome helps some create the buy-in needed to adopt.
Within the process, ensure due diligence is done to understand the situation and research the pros and cons. Create a clear plan that involves the right people and doing things at the right time. And if a commitment is made to evaluate or make change, set the precedence for your entire team to be onboard.
The end of the calendar year doesn’t always mean the end of your fiscal year, but it is often still a great time for reflection and reconciliation.
A Step-by-step guide to better performance Whether you are starting to create your employee performance management strategy or fine-tuning for better performance, a few solid strategies could be the game changer you have been looking for. Below, are some proven...