Bill lays out a goal for Larry, the head of his printing department. He wants Larry to print exactly 500,000 books, which will be tracked by the counter on the book binding machine. Bill knows Larry can do this because they have printed that many books before. What does Bill need to add to make this a S. M.A. R.T. goal?
S.M.A.R.T is an acronym that stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-related. It is a useful tool in guiding goal setting and can help turn a plan to actual result.
For Bill to make this a S.M.A.R.T goal to be achieved by Larry, he needs to set a deadline (i.e time boundary) for when the printing should be achieved.
Looking at the scenario, the goal is specific to print a specific number of books. It is measurable as it can be tracked by the counter on the book binding machine. It is achievable as that number has been printed by the department before. It is also relevant because as a printing department the function of the department should be printing.
Hence, the only factor left is relating to the time-frame for achieving the goal.
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