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 Performance Alignment Solutions

Landmark uses it's "3 A's" approach to assist clients in creating sustainable organization performance culture improvements:


Assess - establish a baseline on where the organization is in its maturity path towards an integrated performance management environment, create a governance structure for execution, and build a performance action plan.


Align - recognize weaknesses in management processes alignment and implement tools, techniques, and/or technologies to strengthen these areas.


Achieve - demonstrate value in better decision making to senior management for ensure continued support and expand knowledge through creation of a central group to training, coach, and mentor all employees.


"Three A's"

Implementing enterprise-class Performance Alignment solutions requires a deep understanding of organizational dynamics and existing relationships to ensure sustainability. Performance Alignment implementation are often more of an educational, communications, and culture change exercise than simply the initiation of new or improved strategic/operational processes or technology. Landmark has the depth, experience, and toolset to help clients manage these types of performance transformations, ensuring all levels of the organization are engaged and benefit from the end results.

Performance management type projects can often fail as a result of five key obstacles:

  • Leadership Obstacles - diminished support from senior management and/or lack of middle management commitment and support
  • Cultural Obstacles - resistance to change and skepticism or lack of trust and fear of job loss
  • Communication Obstacles - lack of a coordinated communication process and poor understanding of strategy, goals, roles, and expectations
  • Structural Obstacles - lack of resources including limited change in structure and systems to support an initiative
  • Integration Obstacles - lack of integration and linkage between initiatives and/or lack of clear strategic aim