Many KPI initiatives fail because perfection gets in the way. For successful KPI progress, use the 80% rule to be practical, not perfect. (more…)
Performance measurement is for every organisation or company, but not necessarily at any time. Sometimes it's better to quit before you start, to avoid making a big mess. (more…)
When you don't have the time and energy to take on a deliberate approach to developing great KPIs, these 3 hacks for better KPIs can quickly and easily improve the way you're measuring. (more…)
We all want to say we have a high-performance culture. But if you're relying on any of these bandaids to fix your performance culture, you're not going to get one. (more…)
When people have a fear of KPIs, of under-performance or bad decision-making being exposed, performance cannot improve. We have to kill the fear of KPIs. And we can. (more…)
KPIs have a bad reputation, from bad pasts experiences people have with them. But we can't let their reputation become the truth about them. (more…)
Buy-in is choice. Sign-off is obligation. Choice has loads more energy, that sustains itself longer, than does obligation. For buy-in to KPIs and performance measurement, people must be involved because they choose to, and not because they’re obliged to.
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