You have worked really hard to get where you are, and you should be congratulated for it. Dedication and a stalwart desire to achieve results have brought you the level of success you may be currently enjoying.
That being said, amidst the celebration, let’s not forget the people that have helped you along your journey – your employees.
There are few environments where it is more imperative to reach high performance levels, within a narrow time frame, than in sports. The pressure placed upon both teams and coaches to continuously push and improve themselves increases intensively as they are constantly under the public’s scrutiny. Additionally, the level of their performance translates, basically, into the success or failure of their career. Performance is what, ultimately, defines every athlete.
Measures the deviation between the actual costs and the planned (budgeted) costs for the same period. It can be applied at organizational, team, project or individual level.
How do you measure your library’s success? Is it circulation numbers? Or the number of searches on your electronic databases? In a recent customer survey, EBSCO Publishing found that over 60% of its customers had no formal way of tracking organizational success