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Gary Cokins

What is the ROI on Environmental Performance Management for Sustainability?

Posted by Gary Cokins over 10 years ago, 0 comments
I apologize for possibly creating false expectations from this blog title that a financial return on investment (ROI) can be calculated for initiatives and actions to improve an organization’s environmental performance management. Sometimes the complex exercise of justifying actions based on their ROI is simply over-ridden by realizing that the actions are simply correct to do.
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Peter Geelen

It is all in the game

Posted by Peter Geelen over 10 years ago, 0 comments
How to get management and employees really understand the impact of Performance Management? Many companies consider to implement KPIs as their next level of professionalism in managing the business. A good step forward indeed, because KPIs do help to manage and improve your business. To which extend? That depends on various items of which leadership and culture are the most important ones. However, setting up a bad KPI structure can also be killing for the project.
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Performing better, using integral performance management.

Posted over 10 years ago, 0 comments
Introducing performance management in today’s businesses is associated with implementing commonly accepted management methodologies. Among these the most popular one is the balance score card. The result of this type of performance management methodologies have often proved to be disappointing. Integral performance management is a very good alternative.
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Gary Cokins

Can You Ever Complete Implementing Performance Management?

Posted by Gary Cokins over 10 years ago, 0 comments
John Colbert of BPM Partners has written a revealing summary of his firm’s 2009 annual BPM Pulse Survey about Performance Management posted on the B-eye Network. The first survey was in 2004, and the survey’s trends can be analyzed.
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Can the US Government’s Chief Performance Officer be a Role Model?

Posted over 10 years ago, 0 comments
Jeffrey Zients is currently going through nomination hearings with the U.S. Senate for the newly created position of the US government’s chief performance officer. He will have a full plate attacking known issues related to government fiscal and productivity performance. Indirectly related, the good news is Mr. Zients may become a role model for other public sector organizations. If given enough authority, he just may be able to demonstrate with real world applications how enterprise performance management methodologies and systems can be integrated to improve performance – not just manage it.
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Stacey Barr

5 Goals For The Performance Measure Practitioner

Posted by Stacey Barr over 10 years ago, 0 comments
One of the first things a Performance Measure Practitioner should have is a set of clear goals for where they will improve their organisation's approach to performance measurement.
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