There are many reasons why people might initially commit to goals and KPIs, but it's better to work with the reasons why they will *stay* committed. (more…)
The reasons why we measure performance can profoundly influence how we do it, and whether it improves performance or not. What's your reason? (more…)
We all want KPIs to drive the right behaviour in employees. But there is a good reason why it's so hard to do. (more…)
Why Performance Measurement Doesn’t Improve Government PerformanceJuly 13, 2021 by Stacey Barr | Leave a Comment
Given that research has shown performance measurement doesn't improve government performance, should we give up on measuring performance? (mor...
Trevor Hobbs tells his story of how one of the principles of PuMP can directly help you find solutions that stick! (more…)
Introducing Proper KPIs Where They’ve Never Been BeforeJune 16, 2021 by Stacey Barr | Leave a Comment
Too many performance measurement implementations fail before they start, because the purpose of measurement hasn't been properly framed for the organisation's current culture.
Getting Buy-in, Getting Executive Support, Performance Culture
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If you think performance will improve by holding people accountable for hitting targets, you're wrong. (more…)
Canadian government colleagues Shannon Sanford and Janet Norman share seven ways PuMP helped beyond performance measurement. (more…)
The truth from our performance measures can hurt, but if we don't get that truth, we'll never get where we want to go. (more…)
Performance Measurement Metaphors to Get People EngagedOctober 27, 2020 by Stacey Barr | Leave a Comment
Performance measurement is a left-brain concept. But more people can become engaged when metaphors translate that concept for the right brain. (more…)
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