The Importance of SMART Goals in HISD Management

What are SMART goals?

A SMART goal can be defined as a well-established tool that can be used by an individual or business organization to plan (create), track, and achieve (accomplish) both short-term and long-term goals. SMART is a mnemonic acronym and it comprises the following elements:

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable or Attainable
  • Realistic (results oriented)
  • Timely

Which of the following elements of SMART goals is absent from the following stated goal that could be made by HISD management?

In this scenario, realistic (results oriented) is the missing element of SMART goals that could be made by Houston Independent School District (HISD) management.

What is the missing element of SMART goals that could be made by HISD management?

The missing element of SMART goals that could be made by HISD management is realistic (results oriented).

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