This allows for more organized and productive 1:1 meetings as …
1. Performance reviews.
2. Praise & Feedback.
3. Pulse Surveys.
4. Setting goals.
5. Development Plan …
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Individual goal setting (34)
Review reminders (31)
Manager note taking (32)
Performance tracking (33)
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Entry-level set up fee?
- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Starting price (does not include set up fee)
- $8 per month per user
- Supported: Performance plans
- Supported: Plan weighting
- Supported: Manager note taking
- Supported: Review status tracking
- Supported: Rater nominations
- Supported: Rater nomination workflow
- Supported: Review reminders
- Supported: Workflow restrictions
- Supported: Review transfer
- Supported: Multiple review frequency
- Supported: Reporting
- Supported: Corporate goal setting
- Supported: Subordinate goal setting
- Supported: Individual goal setting
- Supported: Non-hierarchical goal setting
- Supported: Line-of sight-visibility
- Supported: Performance tracking
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- Weekly updates
- Growth paths
- Goal mannagement
- Goals could be easier to understand
- Lattice could build out more templates for growth paths and reviews
- Helps you track against clear goals in one place.
- Makes it easy to evaluate yourself based on your performance.
- Makes it easy to evaluate your peers/managers & provide clear/detailed feedback.
- Performance evaluations.
- Goal setting.
- Task tracking.
- Project monitoring.
- One-on-one check-ins.
- Daily updates.
- Progress reports.
- Chat tool or function would be beneficial for instant communication.
- Giving me up to date information and tasks that enable me to complete necessary training experiences.
- Giving me a user friendly interface/platform that allows me to communicate with coworkers, supervisor, etc.
- It notifies me when I have things to do, and when I have completed necessary tasks.
- It gives me a bank of completed tasks so that I can chronologically follow my progress over time as I have been with my organization.
- Maybe interface with other platforms related to HR functions.
- Track goals.
- Weekly updates.
- Easier navigation.
This allows for more organized and productive 1:1 meetings as we typically review the previous meeting's discussion points and review to see if everything has since been addressed.
For goal-tracking, this is where we track our progress on our current quarterly or annual goals with our team manager.
- Lattice's goal-tracking does a good job of following up when you have not updated your goal progress.
- Very organized tracking with meeting points being saved from past meetings and easily shareable with the group.
- There are "key factors" within your goals that are updated, but updating these does not inherently update your goal progress. This is a bit confusing for users when starting out.
I think Lattice simply is not as effective if users do not make it a point to use it for tracking their goal progress. It truly is as useful as the users want to make it.
1. Performance reviews.
2. Praise & Feedback.
3. Pulse Surveys.
4. Setting goals.
5. Development Plan discussions.
6. Some people use it to plan 1:1 meetings and set agendas.
There is also a place to see company anniversaries and values. An org chart exists but it doesn't seem very user-friendly.
- Performance Reviews - I like that you can write a review and see feedback in an adjacent pane to help it move along.
- Public Praise.
- Pulse Surveys.
- The interface is a little bit difficult to navigate. I think the home page could be more streamlined.
- There is no way to check off or complete goals. It just reminds you forever until you delete them. There should be a way to have a list of completed goals.
- The org chart could be clearer, although it's possible that it's just how my company is doing it.
- Coaching tracking.
- Set goals for the team.
- Track the team's performance.
- Easy to use.
- Well built UI Interface.
- Setting goals for yourself.
- Giving private recognition.
- Giving public recognition.
- Easy to use interface and functionality.
- Helping managers keep track of performance for all employees in one place.
- A public virtual space where team members can share positive feedback with one another.
- They could make the homepage for users a bit more interactive and robust.
- 1 on 1 agenda items
- Goal tracking
- Quarterly reviews
- Better project management abilities, from the 1 on 1 tasks
- Agenda Setting for 1:1 meetings
- Being able to set up agenda items for a team, like a weekly huddle
- Goal setting
- Org chart showing start dates of employees
- 1:1 recording
- Adding details from historical 1:1
- Review cycles, this is not intuitive and there are so many steps in order to close the cycle
- Only can add to a 1:1 historical data if you get in before you start the current 1:1
- easy to view webpage
- simple to navigate
- makes 1 on 1's easy
- makes entering weekly updates easy, with that reminder email
- i havent found anything I can improve
- Meeting reminders
- Note recaps
- Calendar Syncing
- Public and Private notes
- Easier to move meetings that have changed from the original scheduled time
- Prompts to review and update goals
- set goals
- allowing management to provide review of goals
- lift up other teammates
- could be easier to navigate
- could be easier to review goals from previous weeks/months
- Not sure about mobile functionality as I have never tried it.
- Can't really think of anything I don't like about the system or way things are done.
What I like most about Lattice is the simplicity of the user interface, which makes it extremely easy to use with minimal need for training. Lattice's OKR tracking best exemplifies this.
Before Lattice, my company managed OKRs in a single Google spreadsheet — this was nightmarish for tracking and maintaining visibility, and soured most of our organization to the concept of goal tracking.
Then we switched to Lattice, and that changed everything.
I've used Lattice OKR tracking both as a manager and individual contributor. Lattice makes an intimidating process easy. As a manager, creating OKRs for your department and individual contributors that roll into the larger company objectives is a breeze. Email and Slack reminders to update OKRs keep everyone on track. Then when the quarter is over, it's easy to see how you did and what should be rolled into the next quarter.
Personally, I highly recommend Lattice if your company needs a better way of managing OKRs, performance reviews, and internal NPS.
- Simplifying OKR tracking for a company of 100+ employees
- Simplifying performance reviews for a company of 100+ employees
- Making it easy for end users to get started with minimal (or zero) training
- Integrating with Slack to automate key notifications
- 1:1 management tool is a little clunky. I prefer to just use a Google doc.
- 1:1s with managers help employees to grow by documenting changes and new skills
- Reviews of managers and self reviews spark creativity, insight, and self-awareness.
- Lattice facilitates long-term career growth.
- being able to take notes during a meeting that both people see is useful and helps with understanding in communication.
- Public feedback is a great way to support colleagues during more stressful moments.
- It is not easy to locate past 1:1s to take more notes or review what was discussed.
- As soon as your 1:1 time is over, clicking the 1:1 button takes you to the next meeting. It would be nice if it was available the rest of the day or easier to move back.
- It would be nice to flip between 1:1s using arrows or click a button to document when the meeting is canceled or rescheduled.
- Organizing meetings
- Providing feedback to managers
- Lattice could offer more prompts for talking points
- User-friendly approach for employees and managers
- Calibration process
- Admin's can set-up reviews with ease now
- Communications, such as reminders, are sent timely and generate action by both employees and managers
- Customer service is stellar with real-time chats, which provide guidance and/or resolutions to any issue we may face during a review cycle
- Compensation application would alleviate a complex matrix system that we currently use; this is something Lattice has in development currently and we look forward to utilizing it in the future
We really have found no scenario where it is lacking, other than we're looking forward to the rollout of the additional compensation help that Lattice has in development.
- Team Management - all team members within departments are easily visible with their individual quarterly goals
- Self-Reviews - at the end of every quarter, we have a self review to go over the goals that were set
- Goal Setting and Ownership - objectives for each quarter are identified and given to team members for responsibility
- Getting to Know the Team - Helps to put a face to names in departments you are not a member of
- Navigating on the website can be confusing. Webpage design can be improved.
- Management Reviews could be more specific. They are only given one text box to provide feedback on Self-Reviews.
- The way in which goals are set and how to edit them is confusing. Found myself with repeating goals from a previous quarter even though I tried to turn them off as they were complete.
- Adding Updates and Checking Colleague's updates
- 1:1 s notes
- You can leave Feedback for colleagues
- The interface, while adding the text it may sometime crash and show the HTML tags
- Support Response Time
If you use any other tool where it is clear what the employees were doing or on what projects they were concentrated on, I don't think it makes sense to use Lattice, it is gonna be a headache for employees to collect all they did within a specific period and write an update about their work which is already tracked.
- One on one management.
- Goal setting and tracking from top to Bottom.
- Rewarding employees for meeting targets with incentives.
- Bonusly integration.
- The goal settings across functional teams is difficult to follow.