Companies today are vanishing faster than in previous decades as they are unable to disrupt themselves ahead of the competition. Gartner shows us that Enterprise buyers actually don’t know how to buy digital disruption. They also don’t know how to assess the magnitude of the problem or define whom to partner with on disruption.
Topics: performance coaching, enterprise performance management, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, employee performance, performance converstaions, augmented analytics, machine learning, innovation, human capital management
Over the course of the past 20 years, we have seen a steady shift of our workforce towards the Millennials and GenZ’ers. There are some very clear and distinct characteristics of the modern workforce that differ from the aging workforce, that are not being leveraged today. When effectively understood, they have a clear and immediate impact on Enterprise Performance, which ultimately leads to sustainable economic benefits for their shareholders.
Millennials and GenZ’ers have one significant thing in common that differs from prior workforce generations, they have grown up having been apart of the digital world. In the case of Millennials, entering the digital world was more of a right of passage than for GenZ, who are being given mobile devices at earlier ages as time goes on.
Companies today are under a magnifying glass when it comes to employee performance. SMART goals can help.
How can you balance business objectives with employee performance? There are so many pieces to pull together to make it happen. One of the biggest stumbling blocks is setting goals that require everyone from the CEO to the administrative assistant to be aligned.