Driving goal setting and goal orientation
Organisation: Designs and manufactures construction equipment for the infrastructure and road construction and maintenance industry. They have been recognised for their quality, depth & width of innovative designs and providing customers with state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Product portfolio includes Motor Graders, Crawler Excavators, Backhoe Loaders, Concrete Batching Plants, Concrete Curber, Pothole Patcher, Compaction rollers, Asphalt Pavers, Asphalt Distributors, Asphalt Maintainers, Force-feed loaders, Chip Spreaders and Brooms.
Engagement purpose: Organizational development intervention (planned approach to align and improve the effectiveness of the organisation)
Method: Individualised Value Proposition (IVP) method for “goal orientation” to aligning people and processess to achieve organisation goals. Workshops, discussions, coaching and training programs.
Key components of our engagement: Collaborative meetings with key stake holders to arrive at key objective and time bound short term and long term milestones for the organisation. Worked with the various functional teams to evince a “buy-in” on the organizational objectives and to “align” their objectives with that of the organization. Evinced goal oriented processes for all entities to achieve the desired state for all functions including HR, recruitment, production, logistics etc.. Developed policies and processes that would enable achievement of the planned goals. Powered “right fits” for every job through dynamic job descriptions, tests, contextual evaluation of requirements for hiring and training. Drove “discipline” to ensure process adherence and “adaptability” to power continuous improvements. Powered the implementation of a “value centric” performance management system to enable performance for success.
Accomplishment: Soft outcomes – Realistic goals and buy-ins from all department heads. Percolation of organisation goals across the organisation. Set up greenfield policies and systems across the organisation.