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

Are Your Goals Measure-Worthy?

Posted by Stacey Barr over 9 years ago, 3 comments
There are indeed a few different opinions out there about what makes a goal worth measuring. So why are so many of our goals so hard to meaningfully measure?
robert champagne

Metrics that make you go…YAWN…

Posted by robert champagne over 9 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.
Paul Niven

To Spark Change, Begin with a Provocative Action

Posted by Paul Niven over 9 years ago, 0 comments
When working with clients on strategy execution I tell them they’re about to embark on a journey of great change. A change in the way they measure and manage performance, a change in the way they report and analyze results, and a change in how they generate alignment from top to bottom throughout the organization. The speech is intended to be inspiring, lifting them to new heights of organizational achievement, but is just as often met by eye rolling that says, “You’ve got to be kidding.”
robert champagne

Balancing Operational, Product and Customer Priorities…

Posted by robert champagne over 9 years ago, 0 comments
I've had more than a few conversations with clients of late that revolve around the subject of core competency. What is it today? What should it be? What do we want it to be? Must we choose between product innovation, customer care, or operational excellence, or is it possible to have all three?
Gary Cokins

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

Posted by Gary Cokins over 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?
Bernard Marr

The Top 3 Enterprise Performance Concerns of Executives

Posted by Bernard Marr almost 10 years ago, 2 comments
The one challenge that stood out was getting the data for the things that actually matter the most. Many executives felt that while they had tonnes of data they were still ‘flying blind’.