As a website glossary, a list of the terms used with accompanying definitions.
A 30-60-90 day plan is a formalized document containing intents, goals, and actions that a new employee plans to execute to maximize his efficiency in a new role. A 30-60-90 day plan can be used in any position or company.
For a regular employee, a 30-60-90 day plan is a way to show the interviewer that you know what to do and have a plan for this new role. It is a type of preparation that a prospective employee might opt to create before their interview, or it might be something an interviewer requests applicants to create.
For executive positions, the purpose of the plan is the same, the only difference is the scale of the plan, or the department level that it would apply to. A prospective manager would prepare the plan to show what they will do to succeed in the role.
The plan should demonstrate that new employees are able to set goals that are in line with the company vision.