PuMP Information Webcast NZ
PuMP Information Webcast – New Zealand
Learn more about PuMP, and whether it’s the right KPI approach for you.
Live event concluded on 14 February 2019, but you may register below to access the replay for a limited time
About this webcast:
It’s common to struggle with measuring performance and KPIs.
In fact, over 85% of organisations don’t have meaningful measures. It comes down to the approach they take. And almost all those approaches are not true performance measurement methodologies. But PuMP is.
This webcast is your opportunity to contrast PuMP with other approaches to performance measurement. And find out the right approach for you and your organisation.
In this webcast you’ll discover:
PuMP founder Stacey Barr will host this PuMP Information Webcast. It will be interactive, educational, and practical. Join Stacey and find out:
- What the most common approaches to performance measurement are
- Which performance measure approaches do and don’t work
- How to know if your current approach is the best one for you
The webcast will also offer you options for how you can learn the PuMP Blueprint in 2019, and finally end your KPI struggles.
After all, proper performance measurement can transform your culture, align everyone to strategy, and help everyone reach more goals, sooner and with less effort. Isn’t that worth doing well?
Meet your presenter:
Stacey Barr is a specialist in evidence-based leadership and organisational performance measurement.
Stacey is the founder of PuMP, and author of two books, Practical Performance Measurement and Prove It!.
How to register:
To join us live for this webcast, and to get access to the replay afterwards, please register below:
The webcast will be recorded, and a replay will be available until 5:00pm, Friday 1st March 2019, Brisbane time.
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