- Getting started with goals for admins
- Getting started with goals for managers
- Getting started with goals for employees
What is a goal?
When using the Goal framework in Weekly10, users have the capability to create and manage objectives using the well-known SMART Goal framework.
SMART is a mnemonic for the criteria that is set to define the goal and stands for:
The idea with SMART goals is to make them measurable so that progress can be tracked. Weekly10 supports this through the criteria required to be entered when creating a goal, you must specify:
- A description
- Unit (binary, %, financial, numeric)
- Baseline (start value)
- Target (end value)
- Start date
- End date
Within Weekly10 goals can be created at different levels including at company, department, team or individual levels. It is also possible to align goals by selecting the parent of a goal.
It is also possible at an admin level to categorise goals to keep things organised. Goals can be tagged with any category you need, but common examples include personal, development, project-specific or campaign type.
You are then able to search for goals by category tag, meaning it's even simpler to get a holistic view of how a project/team member/department etc. is progressing.
You can read more about goals in Weekly10 here