Your Role to Organisation’s Success
There are lots of theories which help/ show the way to a successful organisation. The people in the organisation also try various combinations and undo many of them to achieve the right formula of success.
Somewhere it’s an individual’s (understanding of) role also which helps to pull together organisations factors and people towards the right path to meet their business objectives. A key component being *Synergies in Pace*:
- Are you working at the same pace as the organisation is?
- Are you meeting the demands of the organisation?
- Are you vocal enough have call outs?
- Do you have the skills and knowledge to complete the task given?
- Is the organisation providing the knowledge/ means to complete the task at hand, and if resources are limited then are you and the organation working in tangent to make it work?
My experience tells me that the organisation pace and individuals pace cannot run in isolation. It’s a strong combination of both that allows success. One way of ensuring it and not leave to right thinking only, is to use a right Performance Management / Appraisal Software Tool, Project Management Software, et al. Best would be if you can find complete Business Management Software tool (or ask your leadership / HR for the same) and use the software to drive your personal and professional goals. Do remember, its two of you that needs to make it work and not just one.
About the Author
Gursimran Kaur ( Co-founder & COO, ValeurHR )
Gursimran is an entrepreneur and started her career in 2004 and specialised in the field of Human Capital Management. Prior to her venturing into entrepreneurship, Gursimran has worked with Global companies like BBC (UK), Bharti Airtel, Quark, et al between working in various global locations including India & the UK.In 2006 Gursimran moved into Consulting, and founded ValeurHR, working with blue chip companies as well as strong focus on SMEs to build processes towards organisation productivity and driving metrics and people towards meeting business goals.In 2009 she worked on giving her consulting enterprise, ValeurHR, a formal shape. Gursimran has had a keen interest in organisation behaviour and the impact of all stakeholders to its output. She has a Masters from Warwick University, UK and further formal education in neuro linguist programming and also a member of the CIPD, UK.Gursimran can be reached at email@example.com
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, ValeurHR, a formal shape.