Much like the time that Babe Ruth supposedly called a shot in the 1932 World Series, Target Setting is a bold activity. This blog investigates various considerations when setting targets.
Measurement is hard enough when things are “normal”. How do you measure impact when things keep changing?
I just ate 56 grams of bread. Did I eat too much? There is value in keeping your unit of measure intuitive.
Indirect (or proxy) measurements can be useful in some cases. A good example of an indirect measure is currently being used to cheat at the game Wordle.
Even seasoned measurement practitioners have a hard time differentiating between Objectives and Key Results (OKR), Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Balanced Scorecard (BSC).
Why would you NOT want the people in charge of charting the course for your organization’s future success be trained with a strategy certification?
Beginners in the KPI space often make the mistake of developing raw count measures where ratios would be more meaningful.
After welcoming a new puppy to our home recently, I realized that there are several similarities between a new puppy and the challenges that my KPI clients face.
I was facilitating a client performance measure development session recently, and the team was wrestling with measure definition. The team was absolutely mystified by what the Formula should be.
This is the third part of a series of four blogs in which I share the four things I wish I’d known earlier in my business career that would have helped me to avoid major mistakes.