Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice 20 – System Approval by the CEO

StrategyDriven Organizational Performance Measures Best Practice ArticleTop executives set the behavioral tone of an organization. These leaders, particularly the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), are not only responsible for establishing the organization’s vision, mission, values, and goals, but through their decisions, actions, and communications convey to the workforce their commitment to the achievement of these expectations. Such conveyance demands that these expectations also be programmatic embedded within the organization’s policies, procedures, standards, and performance measures. Therefore, it is crucial that the executive team approves, buys-in to, and reinforces the organizational performance measurement system so to ensure its credibility with the workforce at large.


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Nathan Ives, StrategyDriven Principal is a StrategyDriven Principal and Host of the StrategyDriven Podcast. For over twenty years, he has served as trusted advisor to executives and managers at dozens of Fortune 500 and smaller companies in the areas of management effectiveness, organizational development, and process improvement. To read Nathan’s complete biography, click here.

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