Tag

solution planning

Browsing

for anything

Smart goal setting is one of the most effective tools for achieving goals used in the professional area. The smart goals you set should relate to the accomplishments (results), not the activities that help you achieve them. The meaning of SMART goals SMART is an acronym that stands for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and timely. This method of setting smart goals was the idea of George T. Doran, the author of the work named “There’s a S.M.A.R.T. way to write management’s goals and objectives”. Each letter in SMART refers to a different criterion for evaluating goals. How to use SMART A smart goal should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and timely. When you are establishing a smart goal you have to think about the right reason why you plan to…

You know you are facing a problem when you find yourself in a condition which is different than the desired one. If the problem is simple, then the solution is usually quite obvious. But when you’re facing a more complex issue, the card up your sleeve is to get in a problem-solving state of mind. There is a saying that in order to understand a problem profoundly, you need to see the bigger picture. If this doesn’t come naturally at first, mind mapping will help you. Mind maps let you create visual databases, so you can see everything in one page – the root of your problem, its causes, on-the-spot ideas on how you can fix it, etc. Let’s take an example: you have a travel agency that’s going through…