Set Yearly Goals

When you have your budget broken down into details and your savings calculated, you can set overall and yearly goals for your project, including what you intend to do and what impact your efforts will have on the company. These are the high-level details you will share with executives when you present your business case. Stick to big-picture numbers to give them a sense of the vast impact your project will have on the company. For example, at Rockwell Collins our overall goal was to provide 400 percent more learning with 24/7 global accessibility for 40 percent less cost to the company within three years . Then we broke that down into yearly goals.

Our goals for Year One were to:

  • Establish an online learning infrastructure

  • Establish the learning and development technology center

  • Deliver 30 percent of the curriculum using alternative methods

  • Establish curriculum-authoring tools and development stations

  • Establish learning councils

  • Establish resource rooms

  • Implement virtual classrooms

  • Standardize curriculum design

  • Establish internal learning and development processes

  • Implement the learning-consultant concept

Our goals for Years Two and Three were to:

  • Deliver 50 percent of curriculum using alternative methods by end of Year Two and 70 percent by the end of Year Three

  • Offer 24/7 global accessibility to training opportunities

  • Meet learning-environment cost, quality, and schedule goals

  • Increase curriculum opportunities by 400 percent as compared with the previous year's training opportunities

Built to Learn. The Inside Story of How Rockwell Collins Became a True Learning Organization
Built to Learn: The Inside Story of How Rockwell Collins Became a True Learning Organization
ISBN: 0814407722
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 124

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