Managers—from the executive suite to the frontline—are critical leverage points in your organization. Are they equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to inspire their teams and deliver results? Share this quick, actionable management primer to make sure they're on track for high performance.
“Khorus is simple to set up and provides company-wide visibility and weekly progress. Plus, it gives me timely reports on goal likelihood and quality so I can address issues before they impact the business.”
Over fifty years ago, Peter Drucker, the Vienna-born business consultant and visionary, wrote the following words in his book The Practice of Management:
Management has no choice but to anticipate the future, to attempt to mold it and to balance short-range and long-range goals. It is not given to mortals to do either of these well.
Do the following things ever happen in your company?
The marketing team creates beautiful collateral that doesn't reflect how the sales team closes. The sales team aggressively pushes Product A when other groups in the company have made a strategic shift toward Product B. The VP of product insists on keeping his team's development plans under wraps from his or her fellow executives.
These are all examples of a phenomenon every CEO is familiar with: organizational silos.
Today we have the privilege of sharing how the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area uses Khorus to excel. This nonprofit has an important mission—serving 12,000 kids annually across 28 clubs—that executive vice president Misti Potter takes very seriously. In this in-depth case study, Potter explains why she chose Khorus and how it now functions as BGCAA's central system for managing goals and driving operational excellence.