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What are the biggest roadblocks the organization faces?

Organizational roadblocks are biggest challenges that one needs to face while working in a project. These are issues that they need to overcome in order to complete a project effectively.

Below are roadblocks:

1.No strategic hiring plan.

Companies often fail to strategize a recruiting process to hire the right people and develop a strong team. 

  1. Small thinking.


You need to have aspirations.  Don’t let yourself get bogged down in the day to day and forget to set or work toward goals.  Goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timed.  Before you can think long term, develop short term goals.  Short term goals can cover a month, a quarter, or a year depending on your business cycle.  Short term goals will drive long term goals, which typically address the next one to five years.  Determine what you want your goals to be centered around.  Are they for sales, service, operations, or performance?  Setting goals will help you become exceptional by giving you and your team the direction to strive for excellence.

  1. Undervalued employees.

Let’s face it, employees are the crux of your business.  Employees that know they’re valued will give 110% and maximum productivity to achieve your goals.  To that end, reward and recognize your employees through simple programs like spot cash awards or store gift cards.  A more developed program can be tied to an employee’s compensation or performance goals.

  1. Lack of communication.

Employees won’t describe their workplace as exceptional if they feel cut off from supervisors or executives.  Don’t leave communication to chance.  Set up regular ways to communicate with your employees.  This could include a newsletter, town hall meeting, lunch, or open door office policy.  Be sure to truly encourage employees to talk.

  1. No accountability.

Performance feedback–both formal and informal–engages employees, reinforces their work toward the company’s objectives, and ensures efficient teams.  The only way to make managers accountable to give this feedback, however, is to incorporate it into their own performance goals.  To ensure this gets done, implement a 360-degree feedback system that asks subordinates to review managers.

  1. Work-life imbalance. 

If you don’t have family-friendly policies, you’ll have trouble recruiting top talent and keeping employees engaged.  Encourage employees to take vacation, train them on time and stress management, and consider flexible hours or telecommuting options. 

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