The project team gets together and sets the scope of their KPI project. They outline the steps that need to be followed. They specify how much time to allow for each step. They define the report to be delivered at the end of the project. Then they call for quotes from KPI consultants. And even though this hasn't worked in the past, they wonder why it doesn't work again.
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They're popping up like mushrooms after ground-soaking rains: the Corporate Performance Office, a small team of people devoted to developing, coordinating, and facilitating their organisation's performance measurement and management system, from top to bottom, left to right, and back to front. But do YOU really need one too?
2 Stars -- It's not even half of the potential of the CPO The true potential of the Chief Performance Officer role is to be the leader of an organisation's or company's performance culture. In other words, the CPO leads people from top to bottom in the organisation to adopt evidence-based decision making, to measure what matters, and to use measures to guide the improvement ...