Daily Scorekeeping

Six Reasons it is Important for your Company

Companies who provide measurement standards, performance goals, and the tools for charting daily progress benefit by this practice and provide the right feedback to keep their team focused. Posting daily results next to well-defined goals at the end of each workday keeps your team focused on what is most important. Here are six ways this helps everyone involved:

  1. Consistent Feedback

People need consistent feedback that measures their performance. Everyone wants to end their work day knowing if they were productive and successful. By making it easy for your team to post daily results, they leave the workplace knowing if they had a successful day.

  1. Performance Evaluation

Without specific goals and ways to measure progress, reviews and evaluations often appear far more subjective and can easily surprise underperforming team members. Daily scorekeeping gives workers ongoing feedback about their performance. When it’s time to discuss that performance, everyone already knows if they have been achieving their goals.

  1. Improvement

Improvement is far easier when those responsible for achieving goals measure their progress in an ongoing manner and are immediately aware of problems which keep them from being successful. Since results are obvious, much more time can be spent on ways to improve performance and the ability to achieve better results.

  1. Team Member Involvement

Team members who are reminded daily about their goals and their ability to be successful feel much more involved with the growth of the company. It’s very clear to team members that if they are successful, they are helping the company to be more successful. Simple goals which lead to company growth come from simple attainable individual goals.

  1. Winning Culture

Success breeds more success. Teams that can monitor their victories want more victories. Everyone wants to win and continue winning . Building a winning culture starts with a clear understanding of how the company will be successful. Winning builds pride, and pride fosters improved performance.

  1. Positive Peer Pressure

Monitoring success puts peer pressure on underperformers, making it difficult for those with poor results to continue performance which hurts the team. In a winning culture everyone strives to be a part of the success and team members learn to help those who need it so that everyone gets better at what they do.


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