WEBCAST: The 5 Worst KPI Habits to Unlearn – Details
TOPIC: The KPI bad habits that dominate common performance measurement practice + Q&A about KPI habits in your organisation.
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About this webcast:
Bad KPIs, cynicism about measurement and unmet targets are still commonplace in organisations of all kinds. This isn’t because performance measurement is supposed to be hard and horrible. It’s because most organisations go about it all wrong.
You know what they say, don’t you? If you want a different result you have to change your approach. If you want an easier, faster, more engaging way to better KPIs and metrics and performance measures, you have to change your approach to measuring.
PuMP is one approach that works. And the reason it works is that it doesn’t use any of the bad KPI habits that seem to be common practice in most organisations.
In this webcast you’ll discover:
In this webcast with PuMP founder Stacey Barr, we’ll call out the worst of the bad KPI habits you really must unlearn if measurement is ever going to do what it should: drive performance improvement. Join us and find out:
- Why are some KPI practices actually ‘bad habits’?
- What are the common bad KPI habits?
- Q&A about KPI habits in your organisation
- How PuMP replaces the worst of the bad KPI habits
- When and where you can next come and learn the full PuMP Performance Measure Blueprint.
It’s a bit like paying more attention to what you eat – you can’t help but make better choices, just by becoming aware of what you’re doing by default. Become aware of the bad KPI habits in your organisation, and you’ll immediately start making better choices about selecting, implementing and using your KPIs.
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!.
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