New forms of target agreement
The classic forms of target agreement have largely failed. Fewer and fewer tasks can be captured and evaluated in the form of a key figure. In addition, it is hardly possible to do justice to overall behavior with a degree of target achievement. The widespread rigid handling of universally planned goals also lead to little practice-oriented results. The fact that many agreements are actually specifications does not exactly contribute to employee motivation.
Contemporary alternatives for the successful control of employee tasks are: Flexible goals, agreements on measures, Hoshin Planning, or Scrum. This means that manageable requirements by the supervisor are combined with largely autonomous decision-making leeway by the employees.
We are happy to support you in the design, introduction and alignment of new forms of target agreement.