When it comes to business challenges, especially large and complex ones, you need clearly defined priorities and a timeline that you can actually stick to. Easier said than done, right? There are bound to be a lot of opinions from different areas of your company, not to mention plenty of unexpected dependencies and surprises along the way.
Different stakeholders. Different business units. Different processes. All of those factors can make it difficult to define business priorities, align common goals and demonstrate the value of changes. One key to alignment is mapping a vision.
Here at Sundog, we are always striving to be the company our clients love to work with and our team members want to work for. It’s a big goal, right? It’s also an important one. How can we all work to be the best – and constantly keep improving?
Culture can make or break a company. It affects how our employees feel about coming to work. But it also influences their interactions with clients, partners, co-workers, potential customers and the community.
With the announcement of our Employee Stock Ownership Plan today, we now move forward as one team of owners, fully aligned in our mission, sharing in the success of our growth and unified in our vision and legacy of building a globally recognized and admired marketing and technology company. It is a difficult challenge but one I know you will meet with equal energy and passion.
Find out what Marketo Summit attendees heard during The Social Business Professional Keynote, in this recap by Sundog EVP Jodi Heilman.
I typically refrain from talking about politics, but in the light of project management I’m hoping this will be safe. Hopefully we will all take a different look at the difficult jobs our government officials have managing the needs of all of us.