April 28, 2013

KBAM: Clear goals and objectives

We are all different individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds, and have different values and beliefs; therefore we might not share the same vision or goals and objectives as others. Nevertheless, from an organizational perspective, the importance of setting clear goals and objectives cannot be reiterated enough. The need for clear communication with respect to goals and objectives of a given situation are of paramount importance and considered vital for overall success. Pertaining to any situation in any organization, the recapitulation of a shared vision and purpose is necessary for the successful accomplishment of tasks. This can only be achieved through reiterating clear goals and objectives, and ensuring everyone acknowledges, understands and works towards them. These are fundamental in fostering the sharing of knowledge. Failures arise when despite the provision of clear information with regards to the process, there is no or perhaps a lack of connection observed with following these goals and objectives – which refers to the error of information not observed.

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