Monthly Archives: November 2010

Leading From the Front

“Every organization is a reflection of its leadership. More specifically, every organization is only as strong or as weak as its leaders. Hence, if CEOs want to bring about change they must start at the top – personally and then … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Afterword

The main purpose of the KeyneLink Process is to establish execution management as an organizational competency. The installation and training of competencies within an organization has long been seen as the single most valuable approach for an organization to achieve … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Progress Meetings

Strategy execution management, at its core, is clarification of expectations and communication. Regular, ongoing communication is the key to any successful execution management system. Without frequent communication, any execution management system will certainly fail to meet the expectations of the … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Goals

In the KeyneLink Process, all goals link back to the organizational initiatives. This is where you start getting a clear line of sight from vision to strategic plan to initiatives to all the goals within the organization. Goals should be … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Primary Job Responsibilities

Primary Job Responsibilities (PJRs) articulate and describe your core job responsibilities in a concise and manageable format. They are not intended to replace a job description, but rather to make a job description more manageable. Unlike a job description that … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Performance Agreement

The Performance Agreement is one of the most important components in the KeyneLink Process. It is an agreement between a manager and an employee and reflects the employee’s performance commitment to the organization. In the KeyneLink Process, a performance agreement … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Foundation: Initiatives

In the KeyneLink Process, “Foundation” encompasses the organization’s vision, mission, core values and initiatives. Initiatives are the key organizational objectives and goals for the year. Goals (department, team & individual) are linked to the initiatives and define how the initiatives … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Foundation: Core Values

In the KeyneLink Process, “Foundation” encompasses the organization’s vision, mission, core values and initiatives. Core values are defined as minimum behavioral standards. Core values get to the heart of employee interactions and behaviors. In the KeyneLink Process employees are rated … Continue reading

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The KeyneLink Process – Foundation: Mission

In the KeyneLink Process, “Foundation” encompasses the organization’s vision, mission, core values and initiatives. An organization’s mission and vision are inextricably linked: a mission is the organization’s purpose and a vision is where the organization intends to go and what … Continue reading

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