You have an incredible amount of data in several different applications. Why isn't any of it driving productivity? Find out what it will take to change that.
To compete today you have to be hyper-aware, agile, and open to change. Businesses that do that in 2017 stand to make outsized gains. Find out how.
Part 2 explains how you would go about selecting the KPIs that would be ‘best practices’ for your particular business.
KPIs in a manufacturing environment can be a challenge, but overcoming these three common obstacles can get you on the right track.
If you haven’t abandoned performance reviews yet, you probably have the same reason Facebook does: “Critics of performance evaluations have suggested that ratings automatically produce a fight-or-flight response,” their executives write. “Actually, many people have stronger reactions to not being rated.”
You may be seeking to implement a KPI structure to create a performance oriented culture in your business. Your chances of success go up if some of the ‘cultural’ aspects are discussed in advance.
Most people focus on the stick and the killing. CEOs focus on the confidence that comes with talking softly from a position of power.
The plays we recommend in our recent Productivity Playbook can help you create a culture of accountability. In that culture, “accountability” should drive the productivity improvements that ensure the business results you are looking for.
According to research from the Gallup organization, employee engagement begins when each employee can strongly agree with the statement, “I know what is expected of me at work.” To this end, Metrics, commonly called Key Performance Indicators or KPIs, help to clarify performance expectations for your functional teams and for every role in your company.