With a start of a new year, many people set personal resolutions and have great intentions about achieving them throughout the year. In many cases, we find that we’re passionate and focused in January but have dropped our resolutions by March or April. “Ah, I’ll do it next year.”
In this area, organizations often exhibit the same behavior as individuals — hitting the new year running with plans to serve customers better and provide greater value to their communities. But without a clear plan in place to ensure success, these organizational resolutions face a similar danger of fizzling out by spring.
TransPro’s goal-setting process is designed to help organizations clearly define success and establish systems to measure progress throughout the year. Adhering to a process like this can prove an effective safeguard against failing to meet newly resolved annual goals.
TransPro supports numerous public sector organizations across the country through this process; allowing Board, management teams, and staff to align on success and execute on a plan to achieve success. As we begin a new year, defining success and developing a clear plan to achieve it can bring your organization across the finish line on your desired outcomes.