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GeetaK Started The Discussion:

Hey All,

Im sure everyone is enjoying their rainy season... :icon1:

I wanted to know, how do we actually setup MBO in our Organization.

I know it means the following:

The process requires that the manager and the employee agree to what the employee will attempt to achieve in the period ahead, and (very important) that the employee accept and buy into the objectives

But how do we implement it. will it start with the following parameters:
- Years of experience - 2-4 yrs for eg.
- Accordingly set the salary bracket
- then, define the roles & responsibilities
- Set parameters how to achieve a specific targets
- Then, have the review done

Correct me if i am wrong plz...:?:

Regards,
Geeta :icon1:





nashbramhall - Member Since: Feb 2008
Hello Geeta,
You can find the answers at

MBO and the Planning Process found by searching Google site with the key words "Implementing MBO".
There are lot more links at
implementing MBO - Google Search=

Have a nice day.
Narasimhan

GeetaK - Member Since: Feb 2008
Thanks.

I did that already... I had some queries though,..

I don't have proper identifying tools with me here...

the immediate TL/PM comments on how does x person work. but nothing is electronically proved...

thought its an IT company. Can anyone suggest me "how do we track developers / QC engineer's / Business Analyst's performance electronically" that is any proof, where TL/PM's cant forge.

Regards,
Geeta

Have a nice day too..

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