Organizational Effectiveness occurs when the all company departments are incented to achieve the same goals.

Waterfall Metrics:

Waterfall metrics enables a company to understand how many prospects are at each stage of the funnel, and ultimately, how many deals should close in a given time period. The company then can message to each stage of the waterfall and benchmark their own funnel against industry best practices. The benefit to an organization is the acceleration of revenue through improved pull based marketing and improved pipeline visibility and forecasting.

Financial Statements:

Financial Statements are the formal record of transactions for the entity. Every organization needs four financial statements prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principals: Income Statement, Statement of Owners Equity, Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flow. The benefit to an organization include complying with regulatory bodies and use in investor pitches.

Corporate Analytics:

Corporate Analytics is the process of developing visibility into the organization to gain insight into performance to drive planning. The analytics could be at the departmental level including average sales cycle, cost per click or page views. Analytics can cross departments including cost of acquiring a customer (CAC) and lifetime value of a customer (LTV). The benefit to the organization is improved visibility into performance and may be used in investor pitches.

Product Evolution:

Product Evolution is the process of merging the product plan with the Go-to-Market Strategy. The product evolution is a roadmap that serves more than the features and functions of a few paying customers. The product evolution meets the requirements of markets, industries, or sectors over a period of time typically longer than one year. The benefit to the organization is a roadmap that meets the strategic goals of the organization and may be used in investor pitches.