Whether your New Year’s resolution involves training for and completing a 5k or building that backyard garden shed, it takes dedication and perseverance to see it through. Setting realistic New Year’s resolutions in the professional arena is similar. The key for both is to set specific and measurable goals.
Who wouldn’t love to triple sales and eliminate all production problems by the end of 2019? While possible, we all know that this type of scenario usually only happens in the movies. Rather, the true goal of resolutions is to focus on practical and realistic ways you can improve your business.
“An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.”
~Jack Welch former Chairman and CEO of General Electric