Hi. Recentlly joine this beautiful site. pl. get some good points related to material’s departments. thanks, sandeep:)
From India
Kumar.Gaurav
5

Service
Dear Sandeep,
If you are working with Retail industry then we can provide the KRA of Department Manager. I think that this KRA will be full fill your queries.
Please find the below KRA of DM.

Objectives Weightage

Sales Target Vs Achievement :- 40%
Shrinkage :- 10%
Feedback of merchandise & Market :- 10%
CLP (Customer Loyalty Programme) :- 15%
Training (Product Knowledge and Selling Skills) :- 15%
Team Building :- 10%

Total 100%

From India, Lucknow
Dear Sandeep, KRA related to Materials department: 1. Saving on material cost 2. Inventory turns 3. On time procurement 4. Material rejection scrap ratio 5.Vendor development Regards, Ashka
From India, Pune
AVINASH V RAO
4

Assessment Development Centers, 360 DF, PMS, Psychometric Testing and T&D
dear sandeep

one of the ways in which you can maintain a record of the different roles with their KRAs and activities is by creating a detailed role directory. you can prepare the same by conducting in-depth interviews wherein you can ask questions like the following:

1. If you were to classify your work into different sub-headings, what would they be?

2. If you were to list down all the key activities you need to perform your job successfully what would they be?

by asking these questions to the role-holder, his/her boss and subordinates, you will get a 360 degree view of the role. By putting them down in the following format, you can prepare a role directory:

1. Objective of the role

2. Key Result Areas

3. Activities to be undertaken for the achievement of each KRA

you can conduct one-on-one interviews or you can conduct a group discussion as well and help more number of people at the same time. by doing so, you will not only get a complete set of roles, you will increase ownership of each of the role-holders (as they themselves would have provided you the details), you can design a PMS that is in-tune with the requirements of your organization and you can also identify training needs

hope the above ideas are of some help

warm regards

avinash

From India, Bangalore
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