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Customer Spotlight: Orion Energy Systems

Khorus Team

Posted by Khorus Team
March 15, 2017

Today we're thrilled to showcase Orion Energy Systems—a customer that knocked Khorus implementation out of the park. In this customer spotlight, you'll see how Orion, a Khorus customer since 2015, uses the system to drive accountability, transparency, and tangible business performance.

Impressively, over 90 percent of Orion's employee goals are aligned—meaning they are linked upwards to other goals in the organization—and 96 percent of goals are updated every week.

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Entrepreneur Incarnate: Join Us on March 21

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
March 15, 2017

As someone who is skeptical of business academia, it’s surprising to me that the best definition of entrepreneurship I have heard comes from a Harvard Business School professor. But Howard Stevenson defined entrepreneurship perfectly as “the pursuit of opportunity beyond resources currently controlled.” To me, this captures the constant struggle entrepreneurs face to create their vision without knowing exactly where they are going to obtain the resources.

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6 Things Every Manager Wants from Employees

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
March 10, 2017

Each job comes with its own set of requirements, but there are a few universal things every manager looks for in an employee.

To impress your manager and earn a reputation for excellence, make sure you're delivering these six items.

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New Feature: Strategic Planning in Khorus

Khorus Team

Posted by Khorus Team
March 3, 2017

If you're the CEO, it's up to you to create a strategy for your company—but where do you even start?

Many CEOs avoid the pressure of this question and fail to record their strategy in any coherent or easily shareable way. (This is why researchers find that only 5 percent of employees understand their company's strategy. When the CEO does put strategy into words, it rarely gets discussed outside of his or her immediate staff.)

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3 Errors CEOs Make with Their Executive Teams

Joel Trammell

Posted by Joel Trammell
February 24, 2017

The executive team is the most important unit in the company. CEOs and their executive teams have a symbiotic relationship, with mutual cooperation required for any organization to achieve success. Yet it's the CEO's job to build the right team in the first place and lead it effectively.

Here are three mistakes CEOs make with their executive teams and how to avoid them.

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