Set Goals

Determine one or more broad goals for organizational change. The previous stages of the process lay the groundwork for evaluating possible goals based on the organization’s current strengths and learning needs. The organizational self-assessment and this website’s ten areas of change may further inform the goal-setting process. Specific organizational or logistical barriers can be noted at this point, however team members are encouraged to practice moving flexibly between broad-scale visioning and questions of implementation.

Suggested Steps

  1. Convene a goal-setting meeting.
  2. Agree to one or more broad organizational goals.
  3. Compose a brief statement on the rationale for each goal.