Poor goal setting is a common reason why many talent management programs are not as successful as they should be. Each manager believes that his or her own goals are the most important, and there are actually many goals that an organization could achieve from a talent management program.
This tool permits senior managers to begin to clarify what the senior executive team desires as goals for the talent management program. That, in turn, provides a solid foundation for subsequent measurement efforts for talent management. After all, if nobody is sure of the goals, then it is not possible to measure the success of the talent management program.
When to Use It:
Use this assessment instrument for opening a conversation among senior managers about the desired results for a talent management program.
Senior executives and those otherwise charged with decision-making responsibility for talent management programs.