- Sterling & Sterling, LLC15.Dec 2015
Senior leadership had no clear path. They go in 50 different directions and don't seem to put enough effort, time or resources into one thing to really make it work. Also, there are no clear cut metrics to determine whether things are working or not. That being said, many of the people who work there are very nice, but again, there doesn't appear to be clear direction from leadership forward.
Suggestions for improvement
- Reduce the number of initiatives and focus in on programs that are successful and have the potential to be successful. Spend time listening to your managers and really understanding what they and their teams are working on. Don't just push out directives. Put metrics in place before moving forward with a new project, so there are clear ways to measure success and evaluate those data points and metrics as time goes on to see if the programs add value and if the metrics themselves accurately reflect success.