It is common for firms of all sizes to reach a plateau where their revenue growth stalls out. And while political, regulatory, and economic factors beyond our direct control can have an impact on company growth, of course, research documented in the book Stall Points shows that 87% of growth stalls are preventable, and are related to the strategic decisions you made in the past.
Paid advertising represents a crucial inflection point in a growing company’s business. But how do you measure if you’re doing it right?
7 steps to create more accountability and alignment with KPIs in family and small business:
I received a question from a client recently.
There's a lot out there about KPIs. We'll help you uncover everything you should know about KPIs.
1. Honestly, what is a KPI...
Your KPIs establish the pulse of your organization and ultimately its success. Learn how to find the right pulse.
When people are going through the process of choosing their Key Performance Indicators (the numbers that drive the success of your operating model), they often ask, “How frequently should we be tracking our KPI measures?” It’s an interesting question.
Employee engagement starts with your employees agreeing with, “I know what is is expected of me at work”. To get there you need the right KPIs.
In a previous article: “What is a KPI? It's probably not what you think”, I looked at Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) - what they are, and where to look for them.
Now that we have a notion of what KPIs are, let’s look at the some of the key benefits of identifying and measuring the right KPIs for your organization.
Creating effective and meaningful Key Performance Indicators is an art.
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately on the subject of KPIs as part of a training course I am developing for RESULTS.com clients. To be honest, it’s been a tough slog. Let’s just say the source material is somewhat …. dry.
The numbers don't lie... or do they?
Many years ago, when I was a competitive bodybuilder working toward the goal of being named Mr. New Zealand, I measured several things so that I would know how I was progressing. They were my personal Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
People often ask me, “What should I do when one of my team members isn't performing?"
The art of setting role expectations to improve your team's engagement.
Employee engagement surveys continually show that most employees do not agree with the simple statement: