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Timeless wisdom from the experts on KPIs & KPIs 101.
Stacey Barr

3 Tips to Reach Your Priority Performance Targets

Posted by Stacey Barr almost 10 years ago, 0 comments
If you have a raft of performance targets, and you're not making much progress toward any of them, here's are some clues as to why, and what you can do about it.
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Peter Geelen

Rule 9: think in dimensions

Posted by Peter Geelen almost 10 years ago, 1 comment
Building an excellent KPI structure is critical for implementing a good Performance Management framework for your company. It is the foundation for communicating and improving performance, day in day out. But how do you build a KPI structure that lasts? Rule 9 out of 10: think in dimensions.
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Stacey Barr

Want to Know Which KPIs You Should Use?

Posted by Stacey Barr almost 10 years ago, 4 comments
The most common type of question asked on KPI Library (in the Answers section) is “What are the KPIs for XXX?”
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Peter Geelen

Rule 8: triangle for KPIs

Posted by Peter Geelen almost 10 years ago, 1 comment
Building an excellent KPI structure is critical for implementing a good Performance Management framework for your company. It is the foundation for communicating and improving performance, day in day out. But how do you build a KPI structure that lasts? Rule 8 out of 10: triangle for KPIs (influence able and not too many)
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Stacey Barr

Building Your Hierarchy of Measures and KPIs

Posted by Stacey Barr almost 10 years ago, 0 comments
It doesn’t matter what type of business or organisation yours is, it will still have a few layers or levels of performance results that, through cause-effect or relationship mapping, interdependently sum up what the business must improve as it moves into the future.
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Measure Your Measurement!

Posted about 10 years ago, 1 comment
How do you know if all your efforts to do with measuring organisational performance are efforts worthwhile? Do you know what impact your measurement system is having on the very things it's there to help improve (which is organisational performance, in case it's not obvious)?
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