link goals in different projects

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18 Mar, 2021 11:42 AM

i have the question about link goals in the different projects. We are working on global base with goalscape. If my boss in different country put goals to my team (ex. reduce costs of product by 5%) and the same are in my country, how can i connect the same goals? I don't want to truck the same points in 2 projects because quick can goes wrong.

Thank you,

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 18 Mar, 2021 02:39 PM

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    Hello Maciej

    Thanks for your inquiry.

    Yes: we agree that would be very useful, especially for distributed corporate teams. We use the term 'synergistic' to describe goals that contribute to multiple parents (whether in the same project or a different one); and we are investigating ways to support the functionality you describe – that is, updates made to any instance of a synergistic goal are reflected in other instances.

    Right now, in Goalscape Enterprise you can create a single overall 'master project' for the whole organisation, then use the Per-Goal Sharing function to share certain goals or subgoal areas with different (groups of) collaborators. In your example, the goal 'Reduce cost of product by 5%' would still appear only once in that project (under your country or team); you would though be able to give each project collaborator different access to that goal: Admin, Edit, View or No Access (governed also by their access to the overall project). We realise of course that this may not appropriate (and can be cumbersome), which is why we are keen to develop full support for synergistic goals.

    Once we have delivered the next major upgrade (to Goalscape 3.0) we will be contacting all our Enterprise customers to discuss priorities for new feature development.

    All the best


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