Even the best system can have its pitfalls. It’s essential that you realize the implications of what you’re evaluating. Some systems reward “safe” approaches, even for innovators or problem-solvers who need to take risks to be successful. Others motivate employees to “beat the system.” Whatever your system is and whatever you measure, be sure to constantly ask yourself, “Am I measuring the right things? What values will this process instill? Will it motivate or unmotivate?”
Organization involves forethought. It’s the process of knowing what resources are needed and systematizing and managing them. An organized system is efficient, streamlined, and easier to use for all involved.