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Timeless wisdom from the experts on KPIs & KPIs 101.
Phil Green

Dead right.

Posted by Phil Green over 8 years ago, 1 comment
I snapped this picture at a cross walk in Manhattan near Central Park over the weekend. What does it say? Stop or walk? You could walk and not, technically, be jaywalking.  You stand a good chance of getting smacked by a car though if you do. You’d be technically right. And maybe even dead right.
Stacey Barr

How Many KPIs Do You Need?

Posted by Stacey Barr over 8 years ago, 0 comments
I’m going to share with you my secret formula for the right number of KPIs or performance measures that you truly need, so you can stop drowning in overwhelm…
robert champagne

Metrics that make you go…YAWN…

Posted by robert champagne over 8 years ago, 0 comments
Without a thorough analysis and understanding of goals, objectives, and KPIs, any plan that is developed will simply be a formalized road map for throwing darts at a wall. Goals and objectives tell us the destination. KPIs give us continuous feedback as to whether or not we’re on course for our journey, or if deviations from plan are occurring.
The Librarian

Unlock and liberate your KPI data

Posted by The Librarian over 8 years ago, 0 comments
Chances are that you have KPI data hidden in an Oracle, SQL Server or MySQL database, or you rely heavily on SAP, Oracle or Microsoft applications. 
Stacey Barr

Setting Sensible Targets For Your KPIs

Posted by Stacey Barr over 8 years ago, 2 comments
Target-setting is rife with worries like being achievable versus stretch, motivating people to pursue them, figuring out how to measure them, the consequences of missing them, how hard it will be to reach them. I’d like to share some ideas with you, about how to lessen the burden when you come face to face with worries like these.
Gary Cokins

Executives: If You Want to Be on the Landing, Then Be on the Take-off

Posted by Gary Cokins almost 9 years ago, 2 comments
I am increasingly detecting concerns from project managers and advocates of analytics-based enterprise performance improvement initiatives that senior executives are not sufficiently on-board or exhibiting buy-in thus jeopardizing the implementation success of the initiative. What is going on?