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Types of goals

Regular work goals

These goals relate to the major functions of each of your managers, and at the next level the functions of every member of your staff. They should help your staff to focus on managing the operations of their departments more efficiently, improving the quality of the product or service that your business offers, and expanding the area of your business that they are in charge of.

Problem-solving goals

Ask your managers to define the problems that they experience while carrying out the operations of their departments, and to set goals that will help them to solve these problems and to avoid them in the future.

Innovative goals

To keep up with current trends in the marketplace and continue to contend with competitors, it is important in many industries to set goals for innovative practices, whether they relate to developing new products or to more efficient production methods, better management procedures or more effective customer service.

Development goals

These goals should include the continued training of staff, encouraging the acquisition of new skills and growth of individual employees to help them improve their performance and achieve their goals.