Team Goals. Not everything can be measured at the end of a single day. But not measuring at all is the recipe for disaster. So the real question is what do "YOU" need to measure every day in order to smash it out of the ballpark on a consistent basis.
Effective goal setting relies on combining three main factors. What you want to achieve, how you are going to get there, and why you want it.
Building the right habits helps maintain the daily processes which get us closer to our team goals. By changing habits it will become easier to do the daily actions you want that will get you closer to the team goals. Your activity will move you to results.
Break your bigger goals down into smaller pieces. You have a clear plan filled with smart goals that you can hit daily.
With your team goals and process worked out, it is time to optimize as much as you can to build and support the habits to keep you going. One way is to schedule your activities. Dedicate set times to focus on the activities that will lead to success.
Optimize a work environment that makes working on your goals easier. Have the tools you need accessible and limit distractions.
The last 15 minutes of each day should be spent either congratulating your team on a day well played or committing to a better tomorrow. Seeing team goal progress will keep you motivated to stay the course.